Quantitative molecular imaging: Labeled magnetic nanoparticles serve as molecular probes that bind to specific antibody molecules. The magnetic field of the bound particles is detected using scanning magnetic imaging with an optical atomic magnetometer based on the magnetooptical property of alkali metals. The magnetization, and thus the number of the antibody-bound magnetic nanoparticles, and the corresponding two-dimensional spatial information are obtained simultaneously.
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