The development of an in vivo mobile dynamic microscopy system that images cancerous tumors via fluorescent and phosphorescent nanoparticles

Ashlyn G. Rickard, Christopher A. DeRosa, Cassandra L. Fraser, Gregory M. Palmer

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Abstract

Hypoxia correlates with reduced radiosensitivity and therapy response. Imaging anesthisized mice using fluorescent nanoparticles causes problems in modeling hypoxia. Therefore, a mobile imaging apparatus was developed to image un-anesthetized mice.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationOptical Molecular Probes, Imaging and Drug Delivery, OMP 2017
PublisherOSA - The Optical Society
ISBN (Electronic)9781557528209
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2017
EventOptical Molecular Probes, Imaging and Drug Delivery, OMP 2017 - San Diego, United States
Duration: Apr 2 2017Apr 5 2017

Publication series

NameOptics InfoBase Conference Papers
VolumePart F63-OMP 2017

Other

OtherOptical Molecular Probes, Imaging and Drug Delivery, OMP 2017
CountryUnited States
CitySan Diego
Period4/2/174/5/17

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    Rickard, A. G., DeRosa, C. A., Fraser, C. L., & Palmer, G. M. (2017). The development of an in vivo mobile dynamic microscopy system that images cancerous tumors via fluorescent and phosphorescent nanoparticles. In Optical Molecular Probes, Imaging and Drug Delivery, OMP 2017 (Optics InfoBase Conference Papers; Vol. Part F63-OMP 2017). OSA - The Optical Society. https://doi.org/10.1364/OMP.2017.OmM4D.3