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Friday, January 8, 2010
Flamma Fluor In-Vivo usage
Image shows In-Vivo rat data with a nanosystem using both traditional rhodamine and Flamma Fluor FR-749 dye. Note Flamma Fluor operates well at 780 nm wavelength, which is longer than the wavelength of auto-fluorescence from vivo sources. This eliminated background noise from autofluorescence off the rat and allows the tumors to be identified. Images courtesy of Dr. Tonglei Li at Univeristy of Kentucky and used with permission.