Polymeric Micelles as Carriers for Nerve-Highlighting Fluorescent Probe Delivery

@inproceedings{Hackman2015PolymericMA,
  title={Polymeric Micelles as Carriers for Nerve-Highlighting
Fluorescent Probe Delivery},
  author={Kayla M. Hackman and Bhuvana Shyam Doddapaneni and Connor W. Barth and Igor H. Wierzbicki and Adam W. G. Alani and Summer L. Gibbs},
  booktitle={Molecular pharmaceutics},
  year={2015}
}
Nerve damage during surgery is a common morbidity experienced by patients that leaves them with chronic pain and/or loss of function. Currently, no clinically approved imaging technique exists to enhance nerve visualization in the operating room. Fluorescence image-guided surgery has gained in popularity and clinical acceptance over the past decade with a handful of imaging systems approved for clinical use. However, contrast agent development to complement these fluorescence-imaging systems… CONTINUE READING
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