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Catheter-based in vivo imaging of enzyme activity and gene expression: feasibility study in mice.
Preparation of a cathepsin D sensitive near-infrared fluorescence probe for imaging.
Simultaneous fluorescence imaging of protease expression and vascularity during murine colonoscopy for colonic lesion characterization.
Non-invasive imaging of osteoclast activity via near-infrared cathepsin-K activatable optical probe.
Feasibility of in vivo multichannel optical imaging of gene expression: experimental study in mice.
In vivo imaging of proteolytic enzyme activity using a novel molecular reporter.
Near infrared thoracoscopy of tumoral protease activity for improved detection of peripheral lung cancer.
In vivo imaging of proteolytic activity in atherosclerosis.
Non-invasive optical detection of cathepsin K-mediated fluorescence reveals osteoclast activity in vitro and in vivo.
Colonic adenocarcinomas: near-infrared microcatheter imaging of smart probes for early detection--study in mice.
Cathepsin B expression and survival in colon cancer: implications for molecular detection of neoplasia.
Optical Imaging with a Cathepsin B Activated Probe for the Enhanced Detection of Esophageal Adenocarcinoma by Dual Channel Fluorescent Upper GI Endoscopy.
Near-infrared optical imaging of protease activity for tumor detection.
Glutamate Carboxypeptidase II
Radiotheranostics in Cancer Diagnosis and Management.
Optical imaging with a novel cathepsin-activatable probe for enhanced detection of colorectal cancer.
Simultaneous Monitoring of Multi-Enzyme Activity and Concentration in Tumor Using a Triply Labeled Fluorescent In Vivo Imaging Probe.