Denis Arnaud

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Aneurysm diagnostic is nowadays limited by the lack of technology that enables early detection and rupture risk prediction. New non invasive tools for molecular imaging are still required. In the present study, we present an innovative SPECT diagnostic tool for abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) produced from injectable polysaccharide microparticles(More)
Recently, a novel image compression technique based on pattern matching was proposed, namely Pattern Matching Image Compression (PMIC). Basically, it is a lossy extension of the well known Lempel-Ziv scheme. It was proved that such an extension leads to a suboptimal compression, and that the compression ratio can as low as the so called R enyi entropy.(More)
We have developed injectable microparticles functionalized with fucoidan, in which sulfated groups mimic the anchor sites of P-selectin glycoprotein ligand-1 (PSGL-1), one of the principal receptors supporting leukocyte adhesion. These targeted microparticles were combined with a fluorescent dye and a T2(∗) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) contrast agent,(More)
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