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Two-photon luminescence lifetime imaging microscopy (LIM) to follow up cell metabolism and oxygen consumption during theranostic applications
Author(s): A. Rück; J. Breymayer; L. Lilge; A. Mandel; P. Schäfer; B. von Einem; C. von Arnim; S. Kalinina
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Paper Abstract

A common property during tumor development is altered energy metabolism, which could lead to a switch from oxidative phosphorylation and glycolysis. The impact of this switch for theranostic applications could be significant. Interestingly altered metabolism could be correlated with a change in the fluorescence lifetimes of both NAD(P)H and FAD. However, as observed in a variety of investigations, the situation is complex and the result is influenced by parameters like oxidative stress, pH or viscosity. Besides metabolism, oxygen levels and consumption has to be taken into account in order to understand treatment responses. For this, correlated imaging of phosphorescence and fluorescence lifetime parameters has been investigated by us and used to observe metabolic markers simultaneously with oxygen concentrations.

The technique is based on time correlated single photon counting to detect the fluorescence lifetime of NAD(P)H and FAD by FLIM and the phosphorescence lifetime of newly developed phosphors and photosensitizers by PLIM. For this, the photosensitizer TLD1433 from Theralase, which is based on a ruthenium (II) coordination complex, was used. TLD1433 which acts as a redox indicator was mainly found in cytoplasmatic organelles. The most important observation was that TLD1433 can be used as a phosphor to follow up local oxygen concentration and consumption during photodynamic therapy. Oxygen consumption was accompanied by a change in cell metabolism, observed by simultaneous FLIM/PLIM. The combination of autofluorescence-FLIM and phosphor-PLIM in luminescence lifetime microscopy provides new insights in light induced reactions.

Paper Details

Date Published: 23 February 2018
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 10498, Multiphoton Microscopy in the Biomedical Sciences XVIII, 104980A (23 February 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2287870
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A. Rück, Univ. Ulm (Germany)
J. Breymayer, Univ. Ulm (Germany)
L. Lilge, Univ. Health Network (Canada)
Univ. of Toronto (Canada)
A. Mandel, Univ. Health Network (Canada)
Univ. of Toronto (Canada)
P. Schäfer, Univ. Ulm (Germany)
B. von Einem, Univ. Ulm (Germany)
C. von Arnim, Univ. Ulm (Germany)
S. Kalinina, Univ. Ulm (Germany)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 10498:
Multiphoton Microscopy in the Biomedical Sciences XVIII
Ammasi Periasamy; Peter T. C. So; Karsten König; Xiaoliang S. Xie, Editor(s)

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