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Optical imaging of cancer : clinical applications

Author: Eben Rosenthal; Kurt R Zinn
Publisher: New York : Springer, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Optical detection represents the next great horizon for cancer imaging. This book explores the preclinical and clinical data to support the use of these techniques in cancer imaging. It examines  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eben Rosenthal; Kurt R Zinn
ISBN: 9780387938738 0387938737 9780387938745 0387938745
OCLC Number: 297148174
Description: xiii, 272 pages : illustrations
Contents: Part I: Optical Imaging Principles Basic principles Kurt Zinn, University of Alabama at Birmingham Describe principles of optical imaging including chemistry and physics of fluorescence, limitations/advantages of optical imaging compared to metabolic and anatomic imaging. Hardware for imaging John Frangioni, Harvard University Describe hardware adapted for small animal imaging and for clinical applications: endoscopes and operative microscopes. Optical probes GE Healthcare Outline FDA approved and newer optical imaging probes. Include discussion of chemistry and linkage to other proteins. Part II: Cancer Targeting Strategies Introduction to molecular targeting strategies KE Adams, Baylor University Review current techniques to image cancer and the development of techniques to specifically image cancer cells. Tissue auto fluorescence CF Poh, Vancouver, Canada Review use of exploiting differences in tissue autofluorescence to diagnose and treat cancer. Include agents such as 5-aminoleculinic acid. Proteolytic mechanisms O. McIntyre, Vanderbilt University Review mechanisms that require proteolytic processing within the tumor to become active fluorophores. Antigen targeting M Garfinkle, Texas A&M University Review use of cancer selective proteins to localize probes to cancer cells: include toxins, antibodies, and minibodies. Genetically engineered optical imaging TBA Introduction of plasmids, viruses or other genetic material may be used to express fluorescent agents in vivo. This chapter will review multiple vectors and delivery mechanisms of optical imaging cassettes. Part III: Potential Clinical Applications Preclinical investigations: Detection of primary tumors Eben Rosenthal, UAB Preclinical investigations into the use of optical contrast agents for the detection of primary tumors in conventional and orthotopic models will be discussed. Preclinical investigations: Detection of metastatic cancer Y Hama, NIH/NCI Preclinical investigations into the use of optical contrast agents for the detection of metastatic tumors in mouse models will be discussed. Sentinel lymph node imaging P Wunderbaldinger, University of Vienna Use of targeted and non-specific optical contrast agents have been used for the detection of sentinel lymph node detection. These applications and how they differ from other applications will be discussed Neuro-oncologic applications Veiseh M, University of Seattle Because of the unique difficulty of identifying tumor from normal tissue in brain tissue, a separate chapter would be needed. More clinical data is available for this cancer type than any other. Future Directions for Clinical Use of Optical Imaging TBA Discussion of potential clinical applications for optical imaging and an assessment of the potential market.
Responsibility: Eben Rosenthal, Kurt R. Zinn, editors.

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