Introduction: The Emergence of Nanoparticles as Imaging Platform in Biomedicine.- Introduction: The Emergence of Nanoparticles as Imaging Platform in Biomedicine.- (Para)magnetic Nanoparticles: Applications in Magnetic Resonance Imaging.- MR Lymphangiography Using Nano-Sized Paramagnetic Contrast Agents with Dendrimer Cores.- Use of USPIOs for Clinical Lymph Node Imaging.- Use of SPIOs for Clinical Liver Imaging.- The Emerging Role of USPIOs for MR Imaging of Atherosclerosis.- (Super)paramagnetic Nanoparticles: Applications in Noninvasive MR Imaging of Stem Cell Transfer.- Micron-Sized Iron Oxide Particles (MPIOs) for Cellular Imaging: More Bang for the Buck.- Molecular MR Imaging with Paramagnetic Perfluorocarbon Nanoparticles.- Magnetic Nanosensors for Probing Molecular Interactions.- Magnetoptical Probes.- Radiolabeled Nanoparticles: Applications in Nuclear Medicine.- Use of Radiolabeled Liposomes for Tumor Imaging.- Use of Radiolabeled Liposomes for Imaging of Infection and Inflammation.- Sulphur Colloid for Imaging Lymph Nodes and Bone Marrow.- Acoustically Reflective Nanoparticles: Application in Ultrasound Imaging.- Use of Ultrasound Bubbles in Lymph Node Imaging.- Use of Ultrasound Microbubbles for Vascular Imaging.- Targeted Microbubbles: Ultrasound Contrast Agents for Molecular Imaging.- Use of Acoustically Active Contrast Agents in Imaging of Inflammation and Atherosclerosis.- Iodinated Nanoparticles: Applications in Computed Tomography.- Iodinated Liposomes as Contrast Agents.- Quantum Dots: Applications in Optical Imaging.- Quantum Dots and Targeted Nanoparticle Probes for In Vivo Tumor Imaging.- Investigating the Dynamics of Cellular Processes at the Single Molecule Level with Semiconductor Quantum Dots.- Targeting Vascular Epitopes Using Quantum Dots.- Quantum Dots for Cancer Imaging.- Bimodal Liposomes and Paramagnetic QD-Micelles for Multimodality Molecular Imaging of Tumor Angiogenesis.
Introduction.- Use of Paramagnetic Dendrimers for Lymph Node Imaging.- Use of Uspios for Clinical Lymph Node Imaging.- Use of Spios for Clinical Liver Staging.- Use of Uspios for Imaging Xenograft Rejection.- Use of Uspios for Imaging of Arteriosclerosis.- Use of Spios for Labeling And Tracking of Stem Cells and Progenitors.- Use of Mpios for Cellular Imaging: More Bang for the Buck.- Use of Perfluorocarbon Emulsions for Specific MR Imaging of Sparse Molecular Epitopes.- Magnetic Nanosensors for Probing Molecular Interactions.- Magnetoptical Probes.- Use of Radiolabeled Liposomes for Tumor Targeting.- Use of Radiolabeled Liposomes for Imaging Infection/Inflammation.- Use of Sulfur Colloids for Imaging Bone Marrow/Lymph Nodes.- Use of Ultrasound Bubbles in Lymph Node Imaging.- Use of Ultrasound Bubbles for Vascular Imaging.- Ultrasound Bubbles.- Use of Ultrasound Bubbles for Specific Imaging of Fibrin Clots.- Use of Ultrasound Bubbles for Molecular Imaging In Atherosclerosis.- Use of Echogenic Liposomes In Imaging of Inflammation.- Use of Iodinated Emulsions as Liver Contrast Agent.- Use of Iodinated Emulsions as Tumor Specific Agent.- Developing Multicolored Quantum Dots.- Using of Quantum Dots for Intravital Fluorescent Microscopy.- Use of Quantum Dots for Targeting Vascular Epitopes.- Use of Quantum Dots for Lymph Node Imaging.- Use of Quantum Dots for Microscopic Tracking of Receptor Movement/Dynamics.- Use of Quantum Dots and Multiphoton Fluoresence Imaging in Living Mice.- Use of Quantum Dots for Imaging of Live Cells.
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