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Photoacoustic monitoring of traumatic brain injury and recovery by stem cells labeled with Prussian blue in vivo

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Photoacoustic tomography (PAT) with Prussian blue (PB) was applied to non-invasively monitor brain injury and recovery with stem cell therapy. Hemorrhage was clearly imaged and PB-labeled stem cells were successfully visualized by PAT in vivo.

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