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Oraevsky; Alexander
Houston, TX
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7999161 Laser-activated nanothermolysis of cells August 16, 2011
Provided herein are methods and system to increase selective thermomechanical damage to a biological body, such as a cancer cell or cell associated with a pathophysiological condition. The biological body or cancer cell is specifically targeted with nanoparticulates comprising one or
7740585 Quantitative optoacoustic tomography with enhanced contrast June 22, 2010
Provided herein is an optoacoustic imaging system configured to produce images of one or more objects in a body using at least a maximum angular amplitude probability algorithm to reconstruct the optoacoustic images of the body. In addition the optoacoustic imaging system may be configur

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