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Fig. 1 | BMC Microbiology

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From: Universal membrane-labeling combined with expression of Katushka far-red fluorescent protein enables non-invasive dynamic and longitudinal quantitative 3D dual-color fluorescent imaging of multiple bacterial strains in mouse intestine

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Non-invasive 3D dual-color imaging of fluorescent bacteria in murine intestine. 3D imaging combined with 2D imaging and post mortem histopathology allows assessment of the dynamic relationships between different bacterial populations and their locations in organ, tissue and cell level. 2D imaging and histopathology can be used to calibrate and locate the tissues in dynamic real-time settings

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