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Simulating photoacoustic waves from individual nanoparticle of various shapes using k-Wave
Photoacoustic imaging techniques have been widely discussed for their potential applications in the biomedical field. Current attempts at understanding the photoacoustic signal characteristic of various shapes of nanoparticles ...
In vivo studies of transdermal nanoparticle delivery with microneedle using photoacoustic microscopy
Microneedle technology allows micron-sized conduits to be formed within the outermost skin layers for both localized and systemic delivery of therapeutics including nanoparticles. Histological methods are often employed ...
Microsphere enabled subdiffraction-limited optical-resolution photoacoustic microscopy: a simulation study
Optical resolution photoacoustic microscopy (ORPAM) is a high-resolution hybrid imaging modality having potential for microscale in vivo imaging. Optical diffraction limits the lateral resolution of ORPAM. A photonic nanojet ...