Use the following acknowledgement in publications or applications that make use of this open source software or underlying technology and research:
"This work was made possible in part by the Laser Microbeam and Medical Program (LAMMP: P41 EB015890-33), an NIH/NIBIB Biotechnology Resource Center."
What is LAMMP?
LAMMP is a NIH-sponsored resource specially designed to introduce cutting-edge optical technologies into biomedical research. Many LAMMP core technologies are "one-of-a-kind" and can be configured for different applications. Our Microbeam and Microscopy Technologies core (MMT) provides for the optical manipulation and functional imaging of living cells. The LAMMP Medical Translational Technology core (MTT) provides a specialized service by shepherding technologies developed by LAMMP from the laboratory into clinical practice. For over 10 years we have been developing optical technologies with direct clinical applications in mind.
Through our extensive clinical collaborations on the University of California Irvine campus, we provide a unique multi-disciplinary environment that revolves around translational research.