LI-COR Inc

Lincoln, NE 68504

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4647 Superior St
PO Box 4425
Lincoln, NE 68504
United States
http://www.licor.com
402-467-3576
402-467-2819

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Manufactures radiometers, photometers, optical radiation measurement systems, and data loggers.

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(Courtesy of Fluoptics)
FIGURE 1. Fluorescence-guided surgery promises to reveal specific tissues, here exemplified by the use of the handheld Fluobeam, which integrates 750 nm illumination with an imaging sensor.
FIGURE 1. Fluorescence-guided surgery promises to reveal specific tissues, here exemplified by the use of the handheld Fluobeam, which integrates 750 nm illumination with an imaging sensor.
FIGURE 1. Fluorescence-guided surgery promises to reveal specific tissues, here exemplified by the use of the handheld Fluobeam, which integrates 750 nm illumination with an imaging sensor.
FIGURE 1. Fluorescence-guided surgery promises to reveal specific tissues, here exemplified by the use of the handheld Fluobeam, which integrates 750 nm illumination with an imaging sensor.
FIGURE 1. Fluorescence-guided surgery promises to reveal specific tissues, here exemplified by the use of the handheld Fluobeam, which integrates 750 nm illumination with an imaging sensor.
Bio&Life Sciences

Imaging highlights tumor-free margins in cancer surgery

Illuminating and imaging a fluorophore that preferentially accumulates in tumor tissue stands poised to become standard practice.
FIGURE 1. Using the near-infrared fluorophore indocyanine green, researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center-Houston can image the human lymphatic system. In this case, six intradermal injections of 25 µg ICG in 100 µL of saline highlight lymphatic vessels in a patient’s arm.
FIGURE 1. Using the near-infrared fluorophore indocyanine green, researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center-Houston can image the human lymphatic system. In this case, six intradermal injections of 25 µg ICG in 100 µL of saline highlight lymphatic vessels in a patient’s arm.
FIGURE 1. Using the near-infrared fluorophore indocyanine green, researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center-Houston can image the human lymphatic system. In this case, six intradermal injections of 25 µg ICG in 100 µL of saline highlight lymphatic vessels in a patient’s arm.
FIGURE 1. Using the near-infrared fluorophore indocyanine green, researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center-Houston can image the human lymphatic system. In this case, six intradermal injections of 25 µg ICG in 100 µL of saline highlight lymphatic vessels in a patient’s arm.
FIGURE 1. Using the near-infrared fluorophore indocyanine green, researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center-Houston can image the human lymphatic system. In this case, six intradermal injections of 25 µg ICG in 100 µL of saline highlight lymphatic vessels in a patient’s arm.
Bioimaging

IN VIVO IMAGING: Optical molecular imaging: closer to clinical

Optical molecular imaging continues its steady march toward the clinic as demonstrated by a number of talks at the World Molecular Imaging Conference (September 23–26, Montreal...

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