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The 14th Seminar

Novel development of fluorescence probes for
the living cell-response based on precise designs

Yasuteru Urano, Ph.D., Associate professor
Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, The University of Tokyo


Selective and sensitive imaging in vivo and in vitro is one of the most requested methodologies in medical sciences. He has been succeeded in development of several fluorescence probes including reactive oxygen species, reporter enzymes, and novel molecules for the detection of tumors, and so on. He will introduce some recent strategies for the development of these chemicals, and discuss their advantages over other utilization.
 
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