Oxygen distribution in the vasculature of mouse tissue in vivo measured using a near infra red phosphor.


Oxygen dependent quenching of phosphorescence has been used to measure the oxygenation of tissue in mice, including the differences between normal tissue and that of a murine tumor. Approximately 0.3 mg of the phosphorescence oxygen probe, Green 2W, was injected into the tail vein of tumor bearing mice. The mice were immobilized using an anesthetic cocktail… (More)


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