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Multiscale optical imaging for unraveling the in vivo fate of nanomedicine

Dr. Alexandros Marios Sofias, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

The Institute for Experimental Molecular Imaging’s (RWTH Aachen) research team uses MILabs Optical imaging system, intravital microscopy, and immunohistochemistry to investigate cancer nanomedicine delivery and uptake in vivo. The webinar focuses on how they use CT-guided fluorescent tomography (FLT/CT) and what they can get out of it.

Took place: EMIM, August 2021

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