Turbidity measurements on suspended lipid microbubble populations subjected to ultrasound

Timur Saliev, Loreto B. Feril, Katsuro Tachibana, Paul A. Campbell

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    Abstract

    The objective for this study was to compare light-scattering based turbidity measurements on commercial lipid microbubbles, with alternative, and indeed, complementary methods for quantifying microbubble population dynamics such as flow based cytometric techniques. Microbubble populations were seen to respond to ultrasound exposure and usually exhibited an exponential decay, the degree for which was quantified in distinct regimes whereby the reflective environment (travelling versus standing waves) and the ultrasound waveform (sinusoidal versus rectangular) were varied in a controlled fashion.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationBio-Optics
    Subtitle of host publicationDesign and Application 2011
    PublisherOptical Society of America
    ISBN (Print)9781557529091
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2011
    EventBio-Optics: Design and Application, BODA 2011 - Monterey, CA, United States
    Duration: 4 Apr 20116 Apr 2011

    Publication series

    NameOptics in the Life Sciences
    PublisherOptical Society of America

    Conference

    ConferenceBio-Optics: Design and Application, BODA 2011
    CountryUnited States
    CityMonterey, CA
    Period4/04/116/04/11

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    Saliev, T., Feril, L. B., Tachibana, K., & Campbell, P. A. (2011). Turbidity measurements on suspended lipid microbubble populations subjected to ultrasound. In Bio-Optics: Design and Application 2011 [JTuA20] (Optics in the Life Sciences). Optical Society of America. https://doi.org/10.1364/BODA.2011.JTuA20