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See the Whole Mouse Brain in Vivo and in Real-time with Neuroimaging
Visualize anatomy and functional processes for your small animal neuroscience research including stroke, cancer and in vivo delivery of drugs, stem cells, or other agents.
There are many neuroimaging techniques for preclinical studies, however these can suffer from limitations in resolution, insufficient depth, the use of ionizing radiation or expense. High frequency ultrasound and photoacoustic imaging circumvents these limitations by offering a non-invasive, real-time high resolution technique which is capable of assessing many neurologically relevant parameters in 2D and 3D such as:
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In vivo photoacoustic imaging dynamically monitors the structural and functional changes of ischemic stroke at a very early stage
Assessing therapeutic response non-invasively in a neonatal rat model of acute inflammatory white matter injury using high-field MRI
Activatable Small‐Molecule Photoacoustic Probes that Cross the Blood–Brain Barrier for Visualization of Copper(II) in Mice with Alzheimer's Disease
Photoacoustic imaging of gold nanorods in the brain delivered via microbubble-assisted focused ultrasound: a tool for in vivo molecular neuroimaging
Central action of rapamycin on early ischemic injury and related cardiac depression following experimental subarachnoid hemorrhage
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Drew Heinmiller discusses Photoacoustics at SFN 2017: