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Journal of Biophotonics published topical issue on In-vivo Optical Imaging

3 Jul | By Regina Hagen
Journal of Biophotonics published topical issue on In-vivo Optical Imaging
OR-PAM imaging and vascular tree extraction of the cat primary visual cortex
Image source: Qian Li et al.: https://doi.org/10.1002/jbio.201600150

Journal of Biophotonics just released the topical issue on In-vivo Optical Imaging / Intravital Microscopy

In vivo optical imaging has become an important research tool not only in research laboratories but also in clinical settings. New paradigms for studying the biological processes in tissue and for diagnosis and clinical management of human diseases (e.g. improved diagnosis, real-time guidance of interventions, monitoring of the efficacy of therapy, and brain optical imaging) are needed. This can be achieved through development of novel optical imaging and microscopy techniques for in situ in vivo interrogation of tissue and through advancing new methods for analysis, visualization and correlation of bio-chemical, structural and functional characteristics of complex biological systems.

This topical issue, guest edited by Laura Marcu and Elizabeth M.C. Hillman, presents recent advances in a wide variety of optical techniques with applications in neuroscience and in pre-clinical and clinical diagnostics. These include optical coherence tomography (OCT), photoacoustic tomography and microscopy, laser speckle angiography, scanning near-field optical microscopy (SNOM), optical spectroscopy (fluorescence and Raman), hyperspectral imaging, and second harmonic generation (SHG).

Free access to this issue until September!

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