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Numira Biosciences | Date: 2010-01-08

The present invention relates in general to compositions, processes and apparatus for imaging, and in particular for improved preparation, collection and processing of images of specimens that include cartilage, particularly specimens of intact or disarticulated joints. Images of specimens according to the present invention include images obtained from X-ray microscopic computed tomography.


Patent
Numira Biosciences | Date: 2010-08-02

The near-infrared wavelengths (700 nm-900 nm) are a suitable optical window for light penetration and deep tissue imaging. The present invention provides a near-infrared fluorescent blood pool contrast agent. The agent is of use to detect and quantify pathological capillary leak in live animals, e.g., serially imaging of traumatized tissue (muscle) as well as tumors.


Patent
Numira Biosciences | Date: 2010-01-08

The present invention relates in general to compositions, processes and apparatus for imaging, and in particular for preparation, collection and processing of images of atherosclerotic plaques, including images obtained from X-ray microscopic computed tomography.


Patent
Numira Biosciences | Date: 2012-06-06

The present invention provides an animal toxicity model that can be used to screen agents that may cause or increase the occurrence of a developmental defect. The invention also provides methods and compositions for creating such an animal toxicity model, as well as methods and kits for using these animal models.


A method for project collaboration includes: at a computer system, hosting a collaboration software application and a plurality of data sets associated with the collaboration software application; establishing a first remote user session between the computer system and a first client device running on a first operating system; wherein the first client device is associated with a first user; establishing a second remote user session between the computer system and a second client device running on a second operation system, distinct from the first operating system; wherein the second client device is associated with a second user distinct from the first user; merging the first remote user session and the second remote user session into a single remote user session; and enabling, using the single remote user session, the first user and the second user to concurrently control the collaboration software application and the plurality of data sets.

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