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Quantitative, Noninvasive Optical Sensing in Tissue Engineered Oral Mucosal Constructs

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Noninvasive characterization of ex-vivo produced oral-mucosal equivalent (EVPOME) tissues was simulated using a Monte Carlo code to predict spatially-resolved fluorescence in a multi-layered tissue model. Relative contributions to surface fluorescence from endogenous fluorophores were quantified.

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