Fluorescence-based molecular imaging in small animals is having a major impact on drug development and disease research. However, a significant challenge to imaging targeted fluorescent markers in vivo remains: unless the labeled regions are located superficially; localization, quantitation and host organ identification are impeded by the effects of light scattering and absorption.
The ability to detect multiple molecular species at once is becoming increasingly important, particularly in vivo.
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