Membrane nano-tomography in living cells: Label-free evanescent microscopy enables full-field and real-time tracking of membrane processes.
In vivo and non-invasive: Collagen remodeling after micro-ablative fractional laser resurfacing can be monitored by two-photon microscopy.
Detection of nanoparticles and DNA biomarkers at clinically relevant low levels can be achieved by combining epifluorescent microscopy with dielectrophoretic microarrays.
Monitoring of blood capillary/vessel patterns with spatially resolved diffuse reflectance spectrometry might allow for the early detection of clinical shock.
Raman spectroscopy of the retina coupled with multivariate analysis might become a promising tool to study retina diseases in vivo.
Scientists from NTU have suggested the use of metal-coated microneedles to improve below-skin Raman spectroscopy.
Three-dimensional optoacoustic tomography enables quantitative measurements of nanoparticle concentrations to evaluate their biodistributions in animal models.
A team based in Germany develop a new method for simultaneous quantification of ZnPP and PPIX in unwashed blood samples.
Dutch researchers have estimated the risk of squamous cell cancer induction in skin following nonlinear optical imaging.