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Title: Imaging methods and compositions comprising fluorescent dyes associated with viral components for nerve imaging.
Abstract: Disclosed herein are compositions and methods for imaging nerve cells. The composition comprises a fluorescent dye; and a viral component selected from a neurotropic, replication-defective virus, a viral protein of a neurotropic virus, and a capsid of a neurotropic virus. Although the fluorescent dye in itself cannot penetrate nerve cells, the fluorescent dye is bound to the viral component to form a dye/viral component complex that is capable of penetrating nerve cells. ...


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USPTO Applicaton #: #20120078093
Inventors: Robert W. Flower


The Patent Description & Claims data below is from USPTO Patent Application 20120078093, Imaging methods and compositions comprising fluorescent dyes associated with viral components for nerve imaging.




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Application #
US 20120078093 A1
Publish Date
03/29/2012
Document #
13314418
File Date
12/08/2011
USPTO Class
600431
Other USPTO Classes
4352351
International Class
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20120329|20120078093|imaging methods and compositions comprising fluorescent dyes associated with viral components for nerve imaging|Disclosed herein are compositions and methods for imaging nerve cells. The composition comprises a fluorescent dye; and a viral component selected from a neurotropic, replication-defective virus, a viral protein of a neurotropic virus, and a capsid of a neurotropic virus. Although the fluorescent dye in itself cannot penetrate nerve cells, |Novadaq-Technologies-Inc
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