Near-Infrared Fluorescent Imaging in Pancreatic Cancer by ProQuest

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The authors concluded that this combination of macroscopic and confocal laser microscopic molecular in vivo imaging of protease activity is highly sensitive, specific, and allows discrimination between normal pancreatic tissue, inflammation, and pancreatic cancer and that "translation of this approach to the clinic could significantly improve endoscopic and laparoscopic detection of early-stage pancreatic cancer."

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