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Acoustic response from adherent targeted contrast agents
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In ultrasonic molecular imaging, encapsulated micron-sized gas bubbles are tethered to a blood vessel wall by targeting ligands. A challenging problem is to detect the echoes from adherent microbubbles and distinguish them from echoes from nonadherent agents and tissue. Echoes from adherent contrast agents are observed to include a high amplitude at the fundamental frequency, and significantly different spectral shape compared with free agents . Mechanisms for the observed acoustical difference and potential techniques to utilize these differences for molecular imaging are proposed.
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