alexa Non-invasive, Contrast-enhanced Spectral Imaging of Breast Cancer

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Non-invasive, Contrast-enhanced Spectral Imaging of Breast Cancer

non-invasive multispectral imaging platform for monitoring spectral reflectance and fluorescence images from primary breast carcinoma and metastatic lymph nodes in preclinical rat model in vivo. The system is built around a monochromator light source and an acousto-optic tunable fi lter (AOTF) for spectral selection. Quantitative analysis of the measured reflectance profiles in the presence of a widely-used lymphazurin dye clearly demonstrates the capability of the proposed imaging platform to detect tumor-associated spectral signatures in the primary tumors as well as metastatic lymphatics.

Citation:

Ramanujan VK, Ren S, Park S, Farkas DL (2010) Non-invasive, Contrast-enhanced Spectral Imaging of Breast Cancer Signatures in Preclinical Animal Models In vivo. J Cell Sci Ther 1:102.
 
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