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Handbook of Tissue Optical Clearing
New Prospects in Optical Imaging




ISBN 9780367895099
Published February 9, 2022 by CRC Press
682 Pages 577 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Biomedical photonics is currently one of the fastest growing fields, connecting research in physics, optics, and electrical engineering coupled with medical and biological applications. It allows for the structural and functional analysis of tissues and cells with resolution and contrast unattainable by any other methods.

However, the major challenges of many biophotonics techniques are associated with the need to enhance imaging resolution even further to the sub-cellular level as well as translate them for in vivo studies. The tissue optical clearing method uses immersion of tissues into optical clearing agents (OCAs) that reduces the scattering of tissue and makes tissue more transparent and this method has been successfully used ever since.

This book is a self-contained introduction to tissue optical clearing, including the basic principles and in vitro biological applications, from in vitro to in vivo tissue optical clearing methods, and combination of tissue optical clearing and various optical imaging for diagnosis. The chapters cover a wide range of issues related to the field of tissue optical clearing: mechanisms of tissue optical clearing in vitro and in vivo; traditional and innovative optical clearing agents; recent achievements in optical clearing of different tissues (including pathological tissues) and blood for optical imaging diagnosis and therapy.

This book provides a comprehensive account of the latest research and possibilities of utilising optical clearing as an instrument for improving the diagnostic effectiveness of modern optical diagnostic methods.

The book is addressed to biophysicist researchers, graduate students and postdocs of biomedical specialties, as well as biomedical engineers and physicians interested in the development and application of optical methods in medicine.

 

Key features:

  • The first collective reference to collate all known knowledge on this topic
  • Edited by experts in the field with chapter contributions from subject area specialists
  • Brings together the two main approaches in immersion optical clearing into one cohesive book

Table of Contents

Preface............................................................................................................................................................................................. ix

Acknowledgments..........................................................................................................................................................................xiii

Editors............................................................................................................................................................................................. xv

Contributors..................................................................................................................................................................................xvii

Part I Basic principles of tissue optical clearing

1. Tissue optical clearing mechanisms...................................................................................................................................... 3

Tingting Yu, Dan Zhu, Luís Oliveira, Elina A. Genina, Alexey N. Bashkatov, and Valery V. Tuchin

2. Tissue optical clearing for Mueller matrix microscopy.................................................................................................... 31

Nan Zeng, Honghui He, Valery V. Tuchin, and Hui Ma

3. Traditional and innovative optical clearing agents........................................................................................................... 67

Elina A. Genina, Vadim D. Genin, Jingtan Zhu, Alexey N. Bashkatov, Dan Zhu, and Valery V. Tuchin

4. Chemical enhancers for improving tissue optical clearing efficacy................................................................................. 93

Dan Zhu, Yanmei Liang, Xingde Li, and Valery V. Tuchin

5. Human skin autofluorescence and optical clearing......................................................................................................... 109

Walter Blondel, Marine Amouroux, Sergey M. Zaytsev, Elina A. Genina, Victor Colas, Christian Daul,

Alexander B. Pravdin, and Valery V. Tuchin

6. Molecular modeling of post-diffusion phase of optical clearing of biological tissues.................................................. 127

Kirill V. Berezin, Konstantin N. Dvoretskiy, Maria L. Chernavina, Anatoly M. Likhter, and Valery V. Tuchin

7. Refractive index measurements of tissue and blood components and OCAs in a wide spectral range......................141

Ekaterina N. Lazareva, Luís Oliveira, Irina Yu. Yanina, Nikita V. Chernomyrdin, Guzel R. Musina,

Daria K. Tuchina, Alexey N. Bashkatov, Kirill I. Zaytsev, and Valery V. Tuchin

8. Water migration at skin optical clearing...........................................................................................................................167

Anton Yu. Sdobnov, Johannes Schleusener, Jürgen Lademann, Valery V. Tuchin, and Maxim E. Darvin

9. Optical and mechanical properties of cartilage during optical clearing...................................................................... 185

Yulia M. Alexandrovskaya, Olga I. Baum, Vladimir Yu. Zaitsev, Alexander A. Sovetsky, Alexander L. Matveyev,

Lev A. Matveev, Kirill V. Larin, Emil N. Sobol, and Valery V. Tuchin

10. Compression optical clearing............................................................................................................................................. 199

Olga A. Zyuryukina and Yury P. Sinichkin

Part II Tissue optical clearing method for biology (3D imaging)

11. Optical clearing for multiscale tissues and the quantitative evaluation of clearing methods in mouse organs..............221

Tingting Yu, Jianyi Xu, and Dan Zhu

12. Ultrafast aqueous clearing methods for 3D imaging....................................................................................................... 239

Tingting Yu, Jingtan Zhu, and Dan Zhu

13. Challenges and opportunities in hydrophilic tissue clearing methods.......................................................................... 257

Etsuo A. Susaki and Hiroki R. Ueda

14. Combination of tissue optical clearing and 3D fluorescence microscopy for high-throughput imaging

of entire organs and organisms ......................................................................................................................................... 277

Peng Fei and Chunyu Fang

15. Endogenous fluorescence preservation from solvent-based optical clearing................................................................ 297

Tingting Yu, Yisong Qi, and Dan Zhu

16. Progress in ex situ tissue optical clearing – shifting immuno-oncology to the third dimension..................................315

Paweł Matryba, Leszek Kaczmarek, and Jakub Gołąb

Part III Towards in vivo tissue optical clearing

17. In vivo skin optical clearing methods for blood flow and cell imaging.......................................................................... 333

Dongyu Li, Wei Feng, Rui Shi, and Dan Zhu

18. In vivo skull optical clearing for imaging cortical neuron and vascular structure and function................................351

Dongyu Li, Yanjie Zhao, Chao Zhang, and Dan Zhu

19. In vivo skin optical clearing in humans............................................................................................................................. 369

Elina A. Genina, Alexey N. Bashkatov, Vladimir P. Zharov, and Valery V. Tuchin

20. Optical clearing of blood and tissues using blood components...................................................................................... 383

Olga S. Zhernovaya, Elina A. Genina, Valery V. Tuchin, and Alexey N. Bashkatov

21. Blood and lymph flow imaging at optical clearing........................................................................................................... 393

Polina A. Dyachenko (Timoshina), Arkady S. Abdurashitov, Oxana V. Semyachkina-Glushkovskaya,

and Valery V. Tuchin

Part IV Combination of tissue optical clearing and optical

imaging/spectroscopy for diagnostics

22. Optical clearing aided photoacoustic imaging in vivo......................................................................................................411

Yong Zhou and Lihong V. Wang

23. Enhancement of contrast in photoacoustic – fluorescence tomography and cytometry using

optical clearing and contrast agents...................................................................................................................................419

Julijana Cvjetinovic, Daniil V. Nozdriukhin, Maksim Mokrousov, Alexander Novikov, Marina V. Novoselova,

Valery V. Tuchin, and Dmitry A. Gorin

24. Tissue optical clearing in the terahertz range.................................................................................................................. 445

Olga A. Smolyanskaya, Kirill I. Zaytsev, Irina N. Dolganova, Guzel R. Musina, Daria K. Tuchina,

Maxim M. Nazarov, Alexander P. Shkurinov, and Valery V. Tuchin

25. Magnetic resonance imaging study of diamagnetic and paramagnetic agents for optical clearing

of tumor-specific fluorescent signal in vivo....................................................................................................................... 459

Alexei A. Bogdanov Jr., Natalia I. Kazachkina, Victoria V. Zherdeva, Irina G. Meerovich, Daria K. Tuchina,

Ilya D. Solovyev, Alexander P. Savitsky, and Valery V. Tuchin

26. Use of optical clearing and index matching agents to enhance the imaging of caries, lesions,

and internal structures in teeth using optical coherence tomography and SWIR imaging........................................ 471

Daniel Fried

27. Optical clearing of adipose tissue...................................................................................................................................... 487

Irina Yu. Yanina, Yohei Tanikawa, Daria K. Tuchina, Polina A. Dyachenko (Timoshina), Yasunobu Iga,

Shinichi Takimoto, Elina A. Genina, Alexey N. Bashkatov, Georgy S. Terentyuk, Nikita A. Navolokin,

Alla B. Bucharskaya, Galina N. Maslyakova, and Valery V. Tuchin

28. Diabetes mellitus-induced alterations of tissue optical properties, optical clearing efficiency,

and molecular diffusivity.....................................................................................................................................................517

Daria K. Tuchina and Valery V. Tuchin

29. Tissue optical clearing for in vivo detection and imaging diabetes induced changes in cells,

vascular structure, and function....................................................................................................................................... 539

Dongyu Li, Wei Feng, Rui Shi, Valery V. Tuchin, and Dan Zhu

30. Light operation on cortex through optical clearing skull window................................................................................. 557

Dongyu Li, Chao Zhang, Oxana Glushkovskaya, Yanjie Zhao, and Dan Zhu

31. The role of optical clearing to enhance the applications of in vivo OCT and photodynamic therapy:

Towards PDT of pigmented melanomas and beyond...................................................................................................... 569

Layla Pires, Michelle Barreto Requena, Valentin Demidov, Ana Gabriela Salvio,

I. Alex Vitkin, Brian C. Wilson, and Cristina Kurachi

32. Combination of tissue optical clearing and OCT for tumor diagnosis via permeability

coefficient measurements.................................................................................................................................................... 577

Qingliang Zhao

33. Optical clearing for cancer diagnostics and monitoring................................................................................................. 597

Luís M. Oliveira and Valery V. Tuchin

34. Contrast enhancement and tissue differentiation in optical coherence tomography

with mechanical compression............................................................................................................................................ 607

Pavel D. Agrba and Mikhail Yu. Kirillin

35. Measurement of the dermal beta-carotene in the context of multimodal optical clearing..........................................619

Mohammad Ali Ansari and Valery V. Tuchin

36. Optical clearing and molecular diffusivity of hard and soft oral tissues...................................................................... 629

Alexey A. Selifonov and Valery V. Tuchin

37. Optical clearing and Raman spectroscopy: In vivo applications................................................................................... 647

Qingyu Lin, Ekaterina N. Lazareva, Vyacheslav I. Kochubey, Yixiang Duan, and Valery V. Tuchin

Index............................................................................................................................................................................................. 655

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Editor(s)

Biography

Dan Zhu is a distinguished professor of Huazhong University

of Science and Technology (China), vice-director of Wuhan

National Laboratory for Optoelectronics, and vice-director of

Key Laboratory of Biomedical Photonics (HUST), Ministry

of Education.

Her research interests include tissue optical imaging theory

and methods, with a particular focus on tissue optical

clearing imaging and applications. She has authored more

than 150 peer-reviewed articles and reviews.

She was elected Fellow of SPIE, and secretary general and

vice president of Biomedical Photonics Committee of the

Chinese Optical Society. She has served as chair or co-chair

at various international and domestic conferences, and as

guest editor or editorial member of various journals, including

Biomedical Optics Express, Journal of Biomedical Optics,

Scientific Reports, Journal of Innovative Optical Health

Sciences, and Frontier of Optoelectronics.

Valery V. Tuchin is a corresponding member of the Russian

Academy of Sciences, professor and head of the Department of

Optics and Biophotonics, and director of the Scientific Medical

Center at Saratov State University. He is also the head of the

laboratory for laser diagnostics of technical and living systems

at the Institute of Precise Mechanics and Control of the

RAS, and a supervisor of the Interdisciplinary Laboratory of

Biophotonics at the National Research Tomsk State University

and the Femtomedicine Laboratory of the ITMO University.

His research interests include biophotonics, biomedical

optics, tissue optics, laser medicine, tissue optical clearing,

and nanobiophotonics.

He is a member of SPIE, OSA, and IEEE, a visiting professor

at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (China)

and Tianjin Universities (China), and an adjunct professor at the

University of Limerick (Ireland) and the National University

of Ireland – Galway (Ireland).

Professor Tuchin was elected Fellow of SPIE and OSA and

he was awarded many titles and awards, including Honored

Scientist of the Russian Federation, Honored Professor of SSU,

Honored Professor of Finland (FiDiPro), SPIE in the field of

optical education, Chime Bell of Hubei province (China),

Joseph Goodman (OSA / SPIE) for Outstanding Monograph

(2015), Michael Feld (OSA) for Pioneering Research in

Biophotonics (2019), the Medal of the D.S. Rozhdestvensky

Optical Society (2018), and the Alexander Mikhailovich

Prokhorov medal of the Academy of Engineering Sciences,

named after A.M. Prokhorov (2021).

He is the author of over 700 articles (Web of Science) and

30 monographs and textbooks, he has over 60 patents, and his

work has been cited over 30000 times.

Elina A. Genina is a professor in the Departments of Optics

and Biophotonics at Saratov State University (Russia). Her

research interests include biomedical optics, laser medicine,

nanobiophotonics, and the development of methods for

the control of tissue optical properties. She is a coauthor of

more than 300 peer-reviewed publications, analytical reviews,

book chapters, and patents on biomedical optics, and a guest

editor of 18 special issues of journals and proceedings. She

is a member of the editorial board of J. Innovative Optical

Health Sciences, Diagnostics, J. Biomedical Photonics &

Engineering, and The Open Biomedical Engineering Journal.

She is a scientific secretary of the International Symposium on

Optics and Biophotonics (Saratov Fall Meeting) and co-chair

of a conference in the framework of the Symposium. She has

more than 4000 citations and an h-index of 30.