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RNA Imaging

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    Chapter 1 Imaging Functional Nucleic Acid Delivery to Skin.
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    Chapter 2 In Vivo Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Small Interfering RNA Nanodelivery to Pancreatic Islets.
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    Chapter 3 Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of siRNA-Based Cancer Therapy.
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    Chapter 4 Targeted Delivery with Imaging Assessment of siRNA Expressing Nanocassettes into Cancer.
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    Chapter 5 RNA Imaging
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    Chapter 6 Indium-Labeling of siRNA for Small Animal SPECT Imaging.
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    Chapter 7 Imaging of Electrotransferred siRNA.
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    Chapter 8 Whole-Body Scanning PCR, a Tool for the Visualization of the In Vivo Biodistribution Pattern of Endogenous and Exogenous Oligonucleotides in Rodents.
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    Chapter 9 siRNA Nanoparticles for Ultra-Long Gene Silencing In Vivo.
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    Chapter 10 Sensing miRNA: Signal Amplification by Cognate RISC for Intracellular Detection of miRNA in Live Cells.
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    Chapter 11 Molecular Beacon-Based MicroRNA Imaging During Neurogenesis.
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    Chapter 12 Hypoxia-Responsive Copolymer for siRNA Delivery.
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    Chapter 13 Controlling RNA Expression in Cancer Using Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Detectable by MRI and In Vivo Optical Imaging.
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    Chapter 14 Microvesicles: Isolation, Characterization for In Vitro and In Vivo Procedures.
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    Chapter 15 Positive Bioluminescence Imaging of MicroRNA Expression in Small Animal Models Using an Engineered Genetic-Switch Expression System, RILES.
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    Chapter 16 MicroRNA Imaging in Combination with Diagnostic Ultrasound and Bubble Liposomes for MicroRNA Delivery.
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Chapter title
Indium-Labeling of siRNA for Small Animal SPECT Imaging.
Chapter number 6
Book title
RNA Imaging
Published in
Methods in molecular biology, January 2016
DOI 10.1007/978-1-4939-3148-4_6
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Book ISBNs
978-1-4939-3147-7, 978-1-4939-3148-4
Authors

Jones, Steven, Merkel, Olivia, Steven Jones, Olivia Merkel

Editors

Zdravka Medarova

Abstract

Ever since the discovery of RNA interference (RNAi), therapeutic delivery of siRNA has attracted a lot of interest. However, due to the nature and structure of siRNA, a carrier is needed for any mode of systemic treatment. Furthermore, specific imaging techniques are required to trace where the deposition of the siRNA occurs throughout the body after treatment. Tracking in vivo siRNA biodistribution allows understanding and interpreting therapeutics effects and side effects. A great advantage of noninvasive imaging techniques such as SPECT imaging is that several time points can be assessed in the same subject. Thus, the time course of biodistribution or metabolic processes can be followed. Therefore, we have described an approach to modify siRNA with a DTPA (Diethylene Triamine Pentaacetic Acid) chelator in order to utilize an indium labeled siRNA for SPECT imaging. Here, we explain the details of the labeling and purification procedures.

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