Issue 21, 2021

Non-contact measurement of internal body temperature using subcutaneously implanted diamond microparticles

Abstract

We constructed a highly sensitive fluorescence wide-field imaging system with a microwave source, implanted fluorescent diamond microparticles (“microdiamonds”) subcutaneously into the dorsal skin of a mouse after sacrifice, and demonstrated the feasibility of using optically detected magnetic resonance (ODMR) to measure internal body temperature in a mammal.

Graphical abstract: Non-contact measurement of internal body temperature using subcutaneously implanted diamond microparticles

Article information

Article type
Communication
Submitted
30 Jul 2021
Accepted
07 Sep 2021
First published
09 Sep 2021

Biomater. Sci., 2021,9, 7049-7053

Non-contact measurement of internal body temperature using subcutaneously implanted diamond microparticles

K. Kaminaga, H. Yanagihara, T. Genjo, T. Morioka, H. Abe, M. Shirakawa, T. Ohshima, S. Kakinuma and R. Igarashi, Biomater. Sci., 2021, 9, 7049 DOI: 10.1039/D1BM01187A

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