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In Vivo Nano-imaging of Movement of Molecules in Mice

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To understand the molecular mechanism of motility in mice, we develop the apparatus to observe the movement of molecules in vivo in mice. We develop the nano-particle formed by the multiple fluorescence quantum dots. The antibodies labeled with the dots are transformed into cells in mice using a newly developed injector. The movement of the antibodies is imaged with high temporal and special resolutions.

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Professor, Tohoku University
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Novel Measuring and Analytical Technology Contributions to the Elucidation and Application of Life Phenomena
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