Nanoparticle that yields analyte-sensitive ultrasound signal 2017-024

Ultrasound-based imaging of tissue site following injection of our new contrast agent which reports pH-specific ultrasound intensity in a real-time, continuous manner.A contrast agent that produces pH-specific ultrasound images that can be detected by standard clinical ultrasound systems. This will allow for real-time monitoring of critical metabolites in live tissue for a range of clinical applicationse.g.“free flap” tissue transplants, chronic wounds, ischemic/hypoxic injury,etc. Download:Non Confidential Summary Zoh Eftekhari zoh.eftekhari@monash.edu +61399059910

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