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Temperature-based Method May Improve Detection of Skin Cancer

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An imaging technique developed by researchers at the Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS), can measure temperature in 2D, without contact, and in real time. The method could improve photothermal therapy and help deliver early diagnoses of skin cancers. The technology — single-shot photoluminescence lifetime imaging thermometry (SPLIT) — is based on the luminescence of nanoparticles doped with rare earth ions. “These nanoparticles are considered as nanothermometers because their luminescent properties change with the temperature of the...Read full article

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