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

Isen Andrew Calderon
Heather Clark

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

Updated on January 17, 2020 (Version 3)

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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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January 17, 2020
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January 17, 2020 (Version 3)
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