Visualization of the microcirculation
Intravital fluorescence microscopy using NiraWaveTM M to monitor the microcirculation of the eye
In this study we use in vivo confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscopy and NiraWave M, to non-invasively monitor the microcirculation of the eye in rodents. Due to its strong fluorescence intensity and prolonged blood half-life, NiraWave M is highly suited for non-invasive visualization of the ocular microvasculature, offering the possibility for improved detection and monitoring of pathological alterations of the microcirculation associated with various diseases.
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