In Vivo Imaging Probes
In vivo optical imaging techniques might provide opportunities to observe the dynamic real–time localization and translocation of molecules in living cells. In vivo fluorescence imagings are being applied in preclinical research studies, and real–time in vivo studies using animals have been used to track cell–based therapies and to monitor the response to chemotherapies. Other fields of in vivo imaging applications are elucidation of fundamental processes in living organisms or assessment of stem cell differentiation, etc. BioActs provides a range of reagents and probes such as near–infrared (NIR) fluorescent dyes and conjugated probes for in vivo study. The unparalleled photochemical properties of our probes might offer new opportunity in animal and in vivo imaging applications.