Timothy A. Larson

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Current imaging techniques capable of tracking nanoparticles in vivo supply either a large field of view or cellular resolution, but not both. Here, we demonstrate a multimodality imaging platform of optical coherence tomography (OCT) techniques for high resolution, wide field of view in vivo imaging of nanoparticles. This platform includes the first in(More)
Gold nanorods can be used as extremely bright labels for differential light scattering measurements using two closely spaced wavelengths, thereby detecting human disease through several centimeters of tissue in vivo. They have excellent biocompatibility, are non-toxic, and are not susceptible to photobleaching. They have narrow, easily tunable plasmon(More)
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