MultiLys 780 T2 observed by fluorescence:
a) After in vitro incubation
b) After in vivo injection
Photos Julien Santelli U-INSERM 1043
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is the most efficient technique for cell tracking applications due to its very good resolution of soft tissue. X-ray tomography also has a good resolving power and allows easy coupling of functional images with anatomical images.
Our multi-modal nanoprobes MultiLys 625 T2 , MultiLys 780 T2 and MultiLys 650 T1 are optimized to label a large number of cell lines by endocytosis. After being labeled in vitro and then injected in vivo, cells can be monitored using their MRI or X-ray tomography properties and by their fluorescence. Indeed, fluorescence properties of our multimodal nanoprobes will enable you to visualize (microscopy) and quantify (flow cytometry) easily cell marking intensity , both before injection, and post-mortem on cytological sections.