Nanoparticles in Biomedical Imaging: Emerging Technologies and Applications

Hardcover | November 29, 2007

EditorJeff W.M. Bulte, Michel Modo

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The current generation of imaging nanoparticles is diverse and dependent on its myriad of applications. This book provides an overview of how these imaging particles can be designed to fulfill specific requirements for applications across different imaging modalities. It presents, for the first time, a comprehensive interdisciplinary overview of the impact nanoparticles have on biomedical imaging and is a common central resource for researchers and teachers.

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The current generation of imaging nanoparticles is diverse and dependent on its myriad of applications. This book provides an overview of how these imaging particles can be designed to fulfill specific requirements for applications across different imaging modalities. It presents, for the first time, a comprehensive interdisciplinary o...

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About the Series:Fundamental Biomedical Technologies features titles in multidisciplinary, technology-driven areas, providing the foundations for breakthrough advances in medicine and biology. The term technology refers, in a vigorously unrestrictive sense, to a broad array of engineering disciplines, the sciences of computation and in...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:542 pages, 9.49 × 6.5 × 0.27 inPublished:November 29, 2007Publisher:Springer New YorkLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:038772026X

ISBN - 13:9780387720265

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Table of Contents

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.