Molecular imaging of cell death in vivo by a novel small molecule probe

@article{Aloya2006MolecularIO,
  title={Molecular imaging of cell death in vivo by a novel small molecule probe},
  author={Revital Aloya and Anat Shirvan and Hagit Grimberg and Ayelet Reshef and Galit Levin and Dvora Kidron and Avi Cohen and Ilan Ziv},
  journal={Apoptosis},
  year={2006},
  volume={11},
  pages={2089 - 2101}
}
Apoptosis has a role in many medical disorders, therefore assessment of apoptosis in vivo can be highly useful for diagnosis, follow-up and evaluation of treatment efficacy. ApoSense is a novel technology, comprising low molecular-weight probes, specifically designed for imaging of cell death in vivo. In the current study we present targeting and imaging of cell death both in vitro and in vivo, utilizing NST-732, a member of the ApoSense family, comprising a fluorophore and a fluorine atom, for… CONTINUE READING
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