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Fig. 5 | Cancer Nanotechnology

Fig. 5

From: Effects and side effects of plasmonic photothermal therapy in brain tissue

Fig. 5

UV–Vis–NIR absorbance spectra of homogenized porcine brain. Absorbance of 1:2000 times diluted tissue (\(N=3\)) versus wavelength and standard deviations (light gray). Brain stem (red), cerebrum (gray), and cerebellum (blue) show similar transmittance curves, but are vertically shifted with the brain stem having the highest absorbance, followed by the cerebrum and the cerebellum, which show similar absorbances. The vertical black punctuated line signifies the wavelength (806 nm) of our laser and the jump at 900 nm is an artifact from the shift of detectors at this wavelength

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