Reversible noncovalent assemblies for imaging applications

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Reversible noncovalent assemblies for imaging applications

Type: Doctoral Thesis
Title: Reversible noncovalent assemblies for imaging applications
Author: Rood, M.T.M.
Issue Date: 2018-12-20
Keywords: Molecular imaging
Lifetime imaging
Activatable imaging
Phosphorescence
Iridium
Cell surface engineering
Abstract: Molecular imaging plays a vital role in current medical diagnostics. There is a constant need for new and improved molecular imaging agents in terms of resolution, specificity, stability, safety and cost. The research described in this thesis deals with the development of activatable luminescence lifetime imaging agents as well as with the use of supramolecular chemistry to introduce cell surface modifications to living cells. 
Promotor: Supervisor: Bloem J.L., Huskens J. Co-Supervisor: Leeuwen F.W.B.
Faculty: Faculty of Medicine, Leiden Uiversity Medical Center (LUMC)
University: Leiden University
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/67541
 

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