Abstract

Cerebral blood flow is critical to supporting healthy brain metabolism. Here we demonstrate the ability to monitor capillary flux and oxygenation in up to 20 capillaries using Phosphorescence Lifetime Imaging (PLIM) for 10 minutes.

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