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Articles by Anton Sadovoy in JoVE
Simple and Effective Administration and Visualization of Microparticles in the Circulatory System of Small Fishes Using Kidney Injection Ekaterina Borvinskaya1,2, Anton Gurkov1,3, Ekaterina Shchapova1, Dmitry Karnaukhov1, Anton Sadovoy4, Igor Meglinski1,5, Maxim Timofeyev1 1Institute of Biology at Irkutsk State University, 2Institute of Biology at Karelian Research Centre of Russian Academy of Sciences, 3Baikal Research Centre, 4Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, Agency for Science, Technology, and Research (A*STAR), 5University of Oulu, Optoelectronics and Measurement Techniques Laboratory This article demonstrates the principles of a quick, minimally invasive injection of fluorescent microparticles into the circulatory system of small fishes and the in vivo visualization of the microparticles in fish blood.
Other articles by Anton Sadovoy on PubMed
A Membrane Film Sensor with Encapsulated Fluorescent Dyes Towards Express Freshness Monitoring of Packaged Food Talanta. May, 2018 | Pubmed ID: 29501139 A new Membrane Film Sensor (MFS) has been developed to measure pH of fluids. MFS comprises a polyelectrolyte multilayer film with uniformly distributed compartments (microchambers) where a fluorescent sensing dye is encapsulated. Fabricated film is sealed onto a polyethylene film for a future use. MFS was applied to report changes in golden pomfret fillet upon its storage at 5 °C. MFS pH readings were correlated to bacteriological analysis of fish samples. A hike in pH of fish juices happens after 10 days of storage signaling bacterial spoilage of fish. The design of developed MFS allows easy integration with transparent packaging materials for future development of "SMART" packaging sensing food freshness.