Cancer Research Series ‑ Part 3: In Vivo Imaging with Near‑Infrared Fluorescent Optical Probes
Optical imaging is often used to visualize disease progression in small animals. This presentation will discuss ready-to-use IRDye® near-infrared optical probes for in vivo imaging of cancer.
Ready-to-use optical probes help you to get started immediately, without developing your own probe.
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Amy Geschwender, Ph.D. and
Joy Kovar, Senior Scientist
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- Introduction - 0:00
- Hallmarks of Cancer - 0:55
- IRDye 800CW HA - 4:31
- Preview of Part 4 in the Cancer Series - 5:05
- Imaging Systems - 8:51
- Biochemical Probes - 9:13
- Tissue Autofluorescence - 10:15
- IRDye 800CW EGF: Probe for EGF Receptor - 12:02
- Comparison of Cy 5.5 to IRDye 800CW EGF - 14:59
- Imaging of Murine Glioma: Comparison of IRDye 800CW EGF to GFP - 17:20
- Questions on EGF Probe - 19:00
- Unlimited Cell Division and Increased Glucose Metabolism and Uses of IRDye 800CW 2-DG - 20:38
- Questions on IRDye 2-DG Probe - 23:42
- Angiogenesis and Integrin Receptors: Uses of IRDye RGD Probes - 26:37
- IRDye 800CW PEG Contrast Agent - 28:53
- IRDye BoneTag - 32:04
- Wrap-up Summary and Final Questions - 34:08
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