NANOINK IMAGING--MAKING DISEASE VISIBLE

NanoInk Imaging, a spin-out of Rutgers University, is developing an optical imaging technology based on functionalized nanoprobes that emit short-wave infrared (SWIR) light.

The NanoInk Imaging System (NIS) offers enhanced tissue transparency, deeper tissue illumination potential, and molecular targeting of tumor markers. 

The first application of our NIS is improved detection of microtumors in small animal disease models.

The second application of NIS is in Image-Guided Surgery allowing surgeons to visualize tumor margins and reduce the need for repeat surgeries.

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