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|Title:||Applications of Carbohydrate-Gold Nanoparticles for Volumetric Flow Measurements Using an Opto-Acoustic Technique|
|Publisher:||Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. ： The Chinese Chemical Society|
|Abstract:||Gold nanoparticles with carbohydrate ligands attached on their surface have been synthesized and characterized with various techniques. The new nanoparticle conjugates have shown great potentials as a contrast agent for opto-acoustic imaging. Hemocompatibility measurements of human blood for the carbohydrate-gold nanoparticles have shown that the conjugates are feasible for in vivo testing. Preliminary quantitative flow measurements using the conjugates were also studied in this work based on the indicator-dilution theory. In vitro phantom experiments were designed and conducted, and results were discussed.|
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