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Published Breast Cancer Research

In Vivo Optical Metabolic Imaging of Long-Chain Fatty Acid Uptake in Orthoptic Models of Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

Optical imaging of glucose uptake and mitochondrial membrane potential to characterize her2 breast tumor metabolic phenotypes

Leveraging Surface Hsp90 Expression for Rapid-on-site Breast Cancer Diagnostics

In vivo metabolic imaging reveals mitochondrial membrane potential reprogramming following Her2-targeted therapy and dormant disease

Simultaneous in vivo optical quantification of key metabolic and vascular endpoints reveals tumor metabolic diversity in muring breast tumor models

Exploiting heat shock protein expression to develop a non-invasive diagnostic tool for breast cancer

Near-simultaneous quantification of glucose uptake, mitochondrial membrane potential, and vascular parameters in murine flank tumors using quantitative diffuse reflectance and fluorescence spectroscopy

Metaboloptics: Visualization of the tumor functional landscape via metabolic and vascular imaging

Distinct Angiogenic Changes during Carcinogenesis Defined by Novel Label-Free Dark-Field Imaging in a Hamster Cheek Pouch Model

Leveraging ectopic Hsp90 expression to assay the presence of tumor cells and aggressive tumor phenotypes in breast specimens

Near-simultaneous intravital microscopy of glucose uptake and mitochondrial membrane potential, key endpoints that reflect major metabolic axes in cancer

Oxygen and perfusion kinetics in response to fractionated radiation therapy in FaDu head and neck cancer xenografts are related to treatment outcome

Dark field optical imaging reveals vascular changes in an inducible hamster cheek pouch model during carcinogenesis

Non-invasive, simultaneous quantification of vascular oxygenation and glucose uptake in tissue

Delivery-corrected imaging of fluorescently-labeled glucose reveals distinct metabolic phenotypes in murine breast cancer


Delivery rate affects uptake of a fluorescent glucose analog in murine metastatic breast cancer

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