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Human skin optical property modifications upon optical clearing agents estimated from spatially-resolved tissue optical spectroscopy

Abstract : Optical clearing agents’ impact on skin optical properties (OP) was investigated using spatially – resolved bimodal spectroscopy and inverse Monte Carlo modelling. Optical spectra were obtained on an original hybrid model made of ex vivo human skin as a top layer and of agarose and porphyrin based – nanoparticles as a bottom layer. First results are given in terms of estimated absorption and scattering coefficients of skin layer before and after OCA application.
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Prisca Rakotomanga, Grégoire Khairallah, Charles Soussen, Marine Amouroux, Frédéric Marchal, et al.. Human skin optical property modifications upon optical clearing agents estimated from spatially-resolved tissue optical spectroscopy. Saratov Fall Meeting, SFM’17 - International Symposium "Optics and Biophotonics-V", Sep 2017, Saratov, Russia. ⟨hal-01644770⟩

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