Data from: Deep-tissue optical imaging of near cellular-sized features

Xiangnan Dang, Neelkanth M. Bardhan, Jifa Qi, Li Gu, Ngozi A. Eze, Ching-Wei Lin, Swati Kataria, Paula T. Hammond & Angela M. Belcher
Detection of biological features at the cellular level with sufficient sensitivity in complex tissue remains a major challenge. To appreciate this challenge, this would require finding tens to hundreds of cells (a 0.1 mm tumor has ~125 cells), out of ~37 trillion cells in the human body. Near-infrared optical imaging holds promise for high-resolution, deep-tissue imaging, but is limited by autofluorescence and scattering. To date, the maximum reported depth using second-window near-infrared (NIR-II: 1000–1700 nm)...
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