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Imaging collagen in a dermal equivalent using multi-photon microscopy

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Gill, EM; Ramanujam, N; Ivarie, CA; Squirrell, JM; Allen-Hoffmann, BL
Published in: Optics InfoBase Conference Papers
January 1, 2004

Nondestructive imaging of tumor models offers a new tool for cancer research. We have imaged a dermal equivalent and measured a signal decrease using collagenase. This result indicates feasibility for measuring collagen degradation during tumorigenesis.

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Optics InfoBase Conference Papers

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2162-2701

ISBN

1557527695

Publication Date

January 1, 2004
 

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Gill, E. M., Ramanujam, N., Ivarie, C. A., Squirrell, J. M., & Allen-Hoffmann, B. L. (2004). Imaging collagen in a dermal equivalent using multi-photon microscopy. In Optics InfoBase Conference Papers.
Gill, E. M., N. Ramanujam, C. A. Ivarie, J. M. Squirrell, and B. L. Allen-Hoffmann. “Imaging collagen in a dermal equivalent using multi-photon microscopy.” In Optics InfoBase Conference Papers, 2004.
Gill EM, Ramanujam N, Ivarie CA, Squirrell JM, Allen-Hoffmann BL. Imaging collagen in a dermal equivalent using multi-photon microscopy. In: Optics InfoBase Conference Papers. 2004.
Gill, E. M., et al. “Imaging collagen in a dermal equivalent using multi-photon microscopy.” Optics InfoBase Conference Papers, 2004.
Gill EM, Ramanujam N, Ivarie CA, Squirrell JM, Allen-Hoffmann BL. Imaging collagen in a dermal equivalent using multi-photon microscopy. Optics InfoBase Conference Papers. 2004.

Published In

Optics InfoBase Conference Papers

EISSN

2162-2701

ISBN

1557527695

Publication Date

January 1, 2004