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Acta Bio-Optica et Informatica Medica. Inżynieria Biomedyczna

Tytuł artykułu

Optyczne metody obrazowania molekularnego

Autorzy Sołtysiński, T.  Liebert, A.  Zawicki, I.  Maniewski, R. 
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Warianty tytułu
EN Optical methods of molecular imaging
Języki publikacji PL
Abstrakty
PL Obrazowanie molekularne jest szybko rozwijającą się dziedziną badań w zakresie biotechnologii i inżynierii biomedycznej. W artykule przedstawiono przegląd technik stosowanych w obrazowaniu molekularnym, wykorzystujących metody medycyny nuklearnej oraz optyczne techniki oparte na analizie promieniowania fluorescencyjnego. W szczególności opisano metody optyczne obrazowania molekularnego stosowane w skali mikroskopowej (mikroskopia konfokalna, obrazowanie czasu relaksacji fluorescencyjnej, transfer energii Foerstera) oraz wykorzystywane w badaniach na zwierzętach doświadczalnych. Omówiono także potencjalne wykorzystanie technik optycznych w badaniach dużych objętości tkanek.
EN Molecular imaging (MI) is a rapidly emerging field of biomedical, biotechnological and engineering research. This study provides a brief review of the state-of-the-art techniques and methods of MI based on nuclear physics and fluorescent agents. Special attention will be focused on optical methods of MI applied in microscopic scale (multiphoton confocal microscopy, fluorescence lifetime imaging, Forster energy transfer) and in experimental animals. Potential application of MI in large tissue volumes will be also discussed.
Słowa kluczowe
PL metody optyczne   obrazowanie molekularne  
EN optical methods   molecular imaging  
Wydawca Jacek Doskocz
Czasopismo Acta Bio-Optica et Informatica Medica. Inżynieria Biomedyczna
Rocznik 2008
Tom Vol. 14, nr 4
Strony 331--335
Opis fizyczny
Twórcy
autor Sołtysiński, T.
  • Instytut Biocybernetyki i Inżynierii Biomedycznej, Polska Akademia Nauk, ul. Trojdena 4, 02-109 Warszawa, tel. +48 (0) 22 6599143, tsoltysinski@ibib.waw.pl
autor Liebert, A.
  • Instytut Biocybernetyki i Inżynierii Biomedycznej, Polska Akademia Nauk, ul. Trojdena 4, 02-109 Warszawa, tel. +48 (0) 22 6599143
autor Zawicki, I.
  • Instytut Biocybernetyki i Inżynierii Biomedycznej, Polska Akademia Nauk, ul. Trojdena 4, 02-109 Warszawa, tel. +48 (0) 22 6599143
autor Maniewski, R.
  • Instytut Biocybernetyki i Inżynierii Biomedycznej, Polska Akademia Nauk, ul. Trojdena 4, 02-109 Warszawa, tel. +48 (0) 22 6599143
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