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pH-sensitive and biodegradable charge-transfer nanocomplex for second near-infrared photoacoustic tumor imaging
The emerging photoacoustic imaging (PAI), especially in the NIR window, offers reliable sensing for deep-penetration and high-resolution closing to clinical requirements. However, the contrast agents that are capable of ...
Amphiphilic semiconducting polymer as multifunctional nanocarrier for fluorescence/photoacoustic imaging guided chemo-photothermal therapy
Chemo-photothermal nanotheranostics has the advantage of synergistic therapeutic effect, providing opportunities for optimized cancer therapy. However, current chemo-photothermal nanotheranostic systems generally comprise ...
Photoacoustic imaging at 1064 nm wavelength with exogenous contrast agents
Photoacoustic (PA) imaging is a promising imaging modality for both preclinical research and clinical practices. Laser wavelengths in the first near infrared window (NIR-I, 650-950 nm) have been widely used for photoacoustic ...
Broadband Absorbing Semiconducting Polymer Nanoparticles for Photoacoustic Imaging in Second Near-Infrared Window
Photoacoustic (PA) imaging holds great promise for preclinical research and clinical practice. However, most studies rely on the laser wavelength in the first near-infrared (NIR) window (NIR-I, 650–950 nm), while few studies ...
Compact Plasmonic Blackbody for Cancer Theranosis in the Near-Infrared II Window
We have developed a class of blackbody materials, i.e., hyperbranched Au plasmonic blackbodies (AuPBs), of compact sizes (<50 nm). The AuPBs were prepared in a seedless and surfactant-free approach based on the use of ...
Metabolizable semiconducting polymer nanoparticles for second near-infrared photoacoustic imaging
Photoacoustic (PA) imaging in the second near‐infrared (NIR‐II) window (1000–1700 nm) holds great promise for deep‐tissue diagnosis due to the reduced light scattering and minimized tissue absorption; however, exploration ...