Raymond T Kozikowski

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Hyperspectral imaging of hemoglobin (Hb) saturation and first-pass fluorescence imaging of blood transit time were combined to analyze the oxygenation of and blood flow through microvessel networks. The combination imaging technique was demonstrated in a mouse dorsal window chamber model of a growing Caki-2 human renal cell carcinoma over time. Data from Hb(More)
Fluorescence spectroscopy has been widely investigated as a technique for identifying pathological tissue; however, unrelated subject-to-subject variations in spectra complicate data analysis and interpretation. We describe and evaluate a new biosensing technique, differential laser-induced perturbation spectroscopy (DLIPS), based on deep ultraviolet (UV)(More)
BACKGROUND Pulse oximeter performance in the presence of motion varies among devices and manufacturers because of variations in hardware, software, testing, and calibration. Compounding these differences is a lack of uniform characterization of motion, and the consequential effects of motion upon the wide range of normal and abnormal human physiology.(More)
Abnormal or compromised microvascular function is a key component of various diseases. In vivo microscopy of microvessel function in preclinical models can be useful for the study of a disease state and effects of new treatments. Wide-field imaging of microvascular oxygenation via hemoglobin (Hb) saturation measurements has been applied in various(More)
Vascular targeting agents on their own have been shown to be insufficient for complete treatment of solid tumors, emphasizing the importance of studying the vascular effects of these drugs for their use with conventional therapies in the clinic. First-pass fluorescence imaging combined with hyperspectral imaging of hemoglobin saturation of microvessels in(More)
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