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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Oxygen Sensing by the Carotid Body: Past and Present
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    Chapter 2 Predicted Decrease in Membrane Oxygen Permeability with Addition of Cholesterol
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    Chapter 3 Chronic Diseases as Barriers to Oxygen Delivery: A Unifying Hypothesis of Tissue Reoxygenation Therapy
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    Chapter 4 Dorsiflexor Muscle Oxygenation During Low, Moderate and Submaximal Sustained Isometric Contraction
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    Chapter 5 Factors Determining the Oxygen Permeability of Biological Membranes: Oxygen Transport Across Eye Lens Fiber-Cell Plasma Membranes
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    Chapter 6 Multi-site Measurements of Muscle O2 Dynamics During Cycling Exercise in Early Post-myocardial Infarction
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    Chapter 7 Effects of 8 Weeks’ Training on Systemic and Muscle Oxygen Dynamics in University Rugby Players
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    Chapter 8 Imaging Redox State in Mouse Muscles of Different Ages
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    Chapter 9 Amino Acid Hydration Decreases Radiation-Induced Nausea in Mice: A Pica Model
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    Chapter 10 Evaluation of Haemoglobin and Cytochrome Responses During Forearm Ischaemia Using Multi-wavelength Time Domain NIRS
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    Chapter 11 Influence of Free Radicals on the Intrinsic MRI Relaxation Properties
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    Chapter 12 Inter-individual Differences in Exercise-Induced Spatial Working Memory Improvement: A Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Study
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    Chapter 13 Tumor Oxygenation Status: Facts and Fallacies
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    Chapter 14 Multiparametric Analysis of the Tumor Microenvironment: Hypoxia Markers and Beyond
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    Chapter 15 Computational Simulation of Tumor Hypoxia Based on In Vivo Microvasculature Assessed in a Dorsal Skin Window Chamber
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    Chapter 16 Hypoxia-Related Tumor Acidosis Affects MicroRNA Expression Pattern in Prostate and Breast Tumor Cells
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    Chapter 17 Cortical and Autonomic Stress Responses in Adults with High Versus Low Levels of Trait Anxiety: A Pilot Study
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    Chapter 18 Relation Between EEG Activity and Brain Oxygenation in Preterm Neonates
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    Chapter 19 Functional NIRS Measurement of Cytochrome-C-Oxidase Demonstrates a More Brain-Specific Marker of Frontal Lobe Activation Compared to the Haemoglobins
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    Chapter 20 Brain Tissue PO2 Measurement During Normoxia and Hypoxia Using Two-Photon Phosphorescence Lifetime Microscopy
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    Chapter 21 Age-Related Changes in Physiological Reactivity to a Stress Task: A Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Study
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    Chapter 22 Development and Validation of a Sensor Prototype for Near-Infrared Imaging of the Newborn Brain
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    Chapter 23 Directional Migration of MDA-MB-231 Cells Under O2/pH Gradients
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    Chapter 24 Environmental Enrichment Induces Increased Cerebral Capillary Density and Improved Cognitive Function in Mice
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    Chapter 25 Improving Retinal Image Quality Using Registration with an SIFT Algorithm in Quasi-Confocal Line Scanning Ophthalmoscope
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    Chapter 26 A New Method Based on Graphics Processing Units for Fast Near-Infrared Optical Tomography
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    Chapter 27 PFC Blood Oxygenation Changes in Four Different Cognitive Tasks
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    Chapter 28 Diet-Induced Ketosis Protects Against Focal Cerebral Ischemia in Mouse
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    Chapter 29 Evaluation of Pleasure-Displeasure Induced by Use of Lipsticks with Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS): Usefulness of 2-Channel NIRS in Neuromarketing
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    Chapter 30 Relationships Between Gum Chewing and Stroop Test: A Pilot Study
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    Chapter 31 Effects of Motor Imagery on Cognitive Function and Prefrontal Cortex Activity in Normal Adults Evaluated by NIRS
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    Chapter 32 Site Specificity of Changes in Cortical Oxyhaemoglobin Concentration Induced by Water Immersion
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    Chapter 33 Changes in Oxyhemoglobin Concentration in the Prefrontal Cortex and Primary Motor Cortex During Low- and Moderate-Intensity Exercise on a Cycle Ergometer
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    Chapter 34 Tissue Blood Volume Parameters Measured by Continuous-Wave and Spatially Resolved NIRS Show Different Changes During Prolonged Cycling Exercise
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    Chapter 35 Delayed Onset of Reoxygenation in Inactive Muscles After High-Intensity Exercise
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    Chapter 36 Cortical Oxyhemoglobin Elevation Persists After Moderate-Intensity Cycling Exercise: A Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Study
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    Chapter 37 Relation Between Cognitive Function and Baseline Concentrations of Hemoglobin in Prefrontal Cortex of Elderly People Measured by Time-Resolved Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
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    Chapter 38 Physiological Effects of Continuous Colored Light Exposure on Mayer Wave Activity in Cerebral Hemodynamics: A Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS) Study
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    Chapter 39 Electron Paramagnetic Resonance pO2 Image Tumor Oxygen-Guided Radiation Therapy Optimization
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    Chapter 40 Using India Ink as a Sensor for Oximetry: Evidence of its Safety as a Medical Device
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    Chapter 41 Measurement of pO2 in a Pre-clinical Model of Rabbit Tumor Using OxyChip, a Paramagnetic Oxygen Sensor
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    Chapter 42 Correlation Between Hypoxia Proteins and EPR-Detected Hypoxia in Tumors
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    Chapter 43 Triarylmethyl Radical OX063d24 Oximetry: Electron Spin Relaxation at 250 MHz and RF Frequency Dependence of Relaxation and Signal-to-Noise
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    Chapter 44 In Vivo EPR Resolution Enhancement Using Techniques Known from Quantum Computing Spin Technology
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    Chapter 45 Hemoglobin-Based Oxygen Carrier (HBOC) Development in Trauma: Previous Regulatory Challenges, Lessons Learned, and a Path Forward
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    Chapter 46 The Penultimate Tyrosine Residues are Critical for the Genotoxic Effect of Human Hemoglobin
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    Chapter 47 Methemoglobin: A New Way to Distinguish Burn Depth
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    Chapter 48 Characterization of Protein-Protein Interactions in Recombinant Hemoglobin Producing Escherichia coli Cells Using Molecularly Imprinted Polymers
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    Chapter 49 Tissue-Integrating Oxygen Sensors: Continuous Tracking of Tissue Hypoxia
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    Chapter 50 Optical Design of Adaptive Optics Confocal Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope with Two Deformable Mirrors
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    Chapter 51 Construction of 0.15 Tesla Overhauser Enhanced MRI
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    Chapter 52 Gold Nanoparticle-Based Fluorescent Contrast Agent with Enhanced Sensitivity
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    Chapter 53 Potential Erythropoiesis in the Primo-Vascular System in Heart Failure
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    Chapter 54 Quantitative Biology of Exercise-Induced Signal Transduction Pathways
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Chapter title
Functional NIRS Measurement of Cytochrome-C-Oxidase Demonstrates a More Brain-Specific Marker of Frontal Lobe Activation Compared to the Haemoglobins
Chapter number 19
Book title
Oxygen Transport to Tissue XXXIX
Published in
Advances in experimental medicine and biology, July 2017
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-55231-6_19
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Book ISBNs
978-3-31-955229-3, 978-3-31-955231-6
Authors

Isabel de Roever, Gemma Bale, Robert J. Cooper, Ilias Tachtsidis, de Roever, I, Bale, G, Cooper, RJ, Tachtsidis, I

Abstract

Functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) is an increasingly common neuromonitoring technique used to observe evoked haemodynamic changes in the brain in response to a stimulus. The measurement is typically in terms of concentration changes of oxy- (∆HbO2) and deoxy- (∆HHb) haemoglobin. However, noise from systemic fluctuations in the concentration of these chromophores can contaminate stimulus-evoked haemodynamic responses, leading to misinterpretation of results. Short-separation channels can be used to regress out extracerebral haemodynamics to better reveal cerebral changes, significantly improving the reliability of fNIRS. Broadband NIRS can be used to additionally monitor concentration changes of the oxidation state of cytochrome-c-oxidase (∆oxCCO). Recent studies have shown ∆oxCCO to be a depth-dependent and hence brain-specific signal. This study aims to investigate whether ∆oxCCO can produce a more robust marker of functional activation. Continuous frontal lobe NIRS measurements were collected from 17 healthy adult volunteers. Short 1 cm source-detector separation channels were regressed from longer separation channels in order to minimise the extracerebral contribution to standard fNIRS channels. Significant changes in ∆HbO2 and ∆HHb were seen at 1 cm channels but were not observed in ∆oxCCO. An improvement in the haemodynamic signals was achieved with regression of the 1 cm channel. Broadband NIRS-measured concentration changes of the oxidation state of cytochrome-c-oxidase has the potential to be an alternative and more brain-specific marker of functional activation.

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