Video: A bolus of microbubbles filling the vasculature of a mouse colon (cross-section). On the left is the B-mode US video, on the right is the contrast-enhanced US video (microbubbles).
Video: An inflamed mouse colon 4 minutes after injection of targeted MBs. Using the destruction-replenishment technique, we can determine how many bubbles were bound to the vasculature prior to destruction. This gives us the location and extent of inflammation in the colon.
Video: MBs and a green nanoparticle were injected into a mouse in order to visualize what happens inside a tumour when we apply a focused US pulse. We can see the nanoparticle flowing through the tumour vasculature. When we apply US, the MBs expand allowing the nanoparticles to move out of the vasculature and into the tumour.