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Photoacoustic tomography

Sounding out fluorescent proteins

Nature Photonics volume 3, pages 378379 (2009) | Download Citation

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Researchers from Munich and Boston have shown that multispectral photoacoustic tomography can image fluorescent proteins buried deep in highly scattering living organisms.

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  1. Peter Burgholzer and Hubert Grün are at the RECENDT GmbH (Research Center for Non-destructive Testing), Hafenstr. 47–51, 4020 Linz, Austria.  peter.burgholzer@recendt.at

    • Peter Burgholzer
    •  & Hubert Grün
  2. Alois Sonnleitner is at the Upper Austrian Research GmbH, Department for Biomedical-Nanotechnology, Scharitzerstr. 6–8, 4020 Linz, Austria.

    • Alois Sonnleitner

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