Intravital high-resolution optical imaging of individual vessel response to photodynamic treatment.

@article{Khurana2008IntravitalHO,
  title={Intravital high-resolution optical imaging of individual vessel response to photodynamic treatment.},
  author={Mamta Khurana and Eduardo H. Moriyama and Adrian Mariampillai and Brian C. Wilson},
  journal={Journal of biomedical optics},
  year={2008},
  volume={13 4},
  pages={
          040502
        }
}
  • Mamta Khurana, Eduardo H. Moriyama, +1 author Brian C. Wilson
  • Published in Journal of biomedical optics 2008
  • Medicine
  • Intravital imaging using confocal microscopy facilitates high-resolution studies of cellular and molecular events in vivo. We use this, complemented by Doppler optical coherence tomography (OCT), to assess blood flow in a mouse dorsal skin-fold window chamber model to image the response of individual blood vessels to localized photodynamic therapy (PDT). Specific fluorescent cell markers were used to assess the effect on the vascular endothelial cell lining of the treated vessels. A… CONTINUE READING

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