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IVISense Acute Vascular 680 Fluorescent Probe (1 mg) (Genhance)

IVISense Acute Vascular (Genhance) fluorescent probes enable imaging and quantitation of acute vascular permeability increase, bladder clearance via intravital ureter imaging, or incorporation into liposomes for drug delivery monitoring.

For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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IVISense Acute Vascular 680 Fluorescent Probe (1 mg) (Genhance)
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IVISense Acute Vascular 680 fluorescent probe is small molecule near infrared fluorescent agent designed for in vivo preclinical intravenous (IV) administration. This probe, being of low molecular weight, rapidly leaks into regions of increased vascular permeability that can occur due to cancer or inflammation. In addition, its rapid clearance from the blood allows early imaging of the bladder or ureters for basic research or for surgical imaging approaches in small and large animals. The physical/chemical properties of this probe also makes it useful for encapsulation into nanoparticles or liposomes as a reporter system for drug delivery approaches.

This fluorescent probe is available in a 1 mg size.


Fluorescent Agent Type Vascular
Optical Imaging Classification Fluorescence Imaging
Product Brand Name IVISense
Shipping Condition Ambient
Unit Size 1 mg
Wave Length 680 nm
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