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SeTau dyes near ideal in vivo imaging characteristics reported by group at Harvard Medical School

Recently the group of Prof. Weissleder at the Harvard Medical School has reported on two-photon beta cell specific in vivo imaging probes based on GLP1R targeting peptides labelled with a SETA 2-photon squaraine rotaxane: "Among the three compounds of potential interest, we found quite unexpectedly that a squaraine-rotaxane conjugate (2PEx-647) had near ideal in vivo imaging characteristics". 

Susan M. Clardy et al. "Two-photon imaging of pancreatic beta cells in real time in vivo". Technology 04, 130 (2016).


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