Latest biological imaging Stories
In recent years, metal nanoparticles have showed great application prospect in the field of biological imaging, cancer diagnosis and treatment due to its unique optical scattering and optical absorption properties.
Multispectral photoacoustic imaging, which combines laser optics and ultrasound imaging technologies, can reliably distinguish between benign and malignant prostate tissue, a new study indicates.
For modern biologists, the ability to capture high-quality, three-dimensional (3D) images of living tissues or organisms over time is necessary to answer problems in areas ranging from genomics to neurobiology and developmental biology.
Developing drugs to combat or cure human disease often involves a phase of testing with mice, so being able to peer clearly into a living mouse's innards has real value.
Harvard scientists push SRS microscopy to new levels of spatial, temporal precision.
Spotting a single cancerous cell that has broken free from a tumor and is traveling through the bloodstream to colonize a new organ might seem like finding a needle in a haystack.
The next generation of imaging techniques could harness a technology that moves faster than the speed of light.
BEDFORD, Mass., May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- VisEn Medical Inc., a leader in fluorescence imaging from research through medicine, announced today the commercial launch of its new VivoTag(Â®) 645 red fluorescent dye for optimized labeling of biomolecules in a broad range of in vitro and in vivo research applications.
ANN ARBOR, Mich., April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Endra Life Sciences today announced the launch of the Nexus 128, a preclinical photoacoustic computed tomography (CT) scanner for small animal imaging.
New research findings suggest that an experimental ultrasensitive medical imaging technique that uses a pulsed laser and tiny metallic "nanocages" might enable both the early detection and treatment of disease.
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