Real-time particle-by-particle detection of erythrocyte camouflaged microsensor with extended circulation time in the bloodstream

Isen Andrew Calderon
,
Wenjun Di
,
Xuefei Tan
,
Ashlyn Neal Reilly
,
Mark Niedre
,
Heather Clark

Raw data of sensor response measured in vitro (plate reader, flow cytometer, DiFC) and in vivo (DiFC)

Updated on May 29, 2020 (Version 4)

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Isen Andrew Calderon
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RBC camouflaging strategy was used to improve circulation lifetime of optode-based sensors in vivo. fRBC sensors were introduced in mice and the optical response of the circulating fRBC sensors were measured using a new application for Diffuse in vivo Flow Cytometry - a technique used to detect rare circulating cells in the bloodstream.

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May 29, 2020
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May 29, 2020 (Version 4)
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