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Title: Organic molecules for optical imaging
Authors: Lam, MHW
Law, GL 
Lee, CS
Wong, KL
Keywords: Bioluminescence imaging
Molecular probes
Optical imaging
Organic molecules
Organic-based chromophores
Organic-based fluorophores
Photoacoustic imaging
Time-resolved imaging
Two/multi-photon induced emission
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Wiley
Source: In N Long & WT Wong (Eds.), The chemistry of molecular imaging, p. 245-274. Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley, 2014 How to cite?
Abstract: This chapter introduces a series of specially designed organic-based dyes and probes that are useful in bioimaging and in vitro/in vivo chemosensing to reveal the locales and conditions of specific subcellular structures, the activity of selected cytochemical processes, and the in vitro syntheses, trafficking, interactions, and degradations of specific biomolecules. It looks at the basic building blocks of advanced molecular imaging and sensing tools: the numerous chromophores and fluorophores that have been developed over the last few centuries. The chapter presents a brief introduction to the fundamental principles of various fluorescent techniques that are commonly applied in bioimaging and in vitro and in vivo bio- and chemosensing. It then discusses two/multi-photon induced emission and time-resolved imaging. Bioluminescence imaging has become a powerful methodology for molecular imaging of small laboratory animals, which allows the study of ongoing biological processes in vivo. In biomedical applications, photoacoustic imaging offers a number of advantages.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/9103
ISBN: 9781118854754
9781118093276
DOI: 10.1002/9781118854754.ch11
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