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A comparison of blood vessels imaged with short-wave fluorescence imaging (right) and near-infrared fluorescence imaging (left). Both images rely on a fluorescent dye called ICG, but the vessels can be seen more clearly with short-wave fluorescence imaging.

Fluorescent dye could enable sharper biological imaging

Fluorescence imaging is generally utilized for imaging biological tissues, for example, the back of the eye, where indications of macular degeneration can be identified....