Fluorescent particles added to red blood cells which make them glow when exposed to infrared light. This allows imaging of the movement of individual blood cells through capillaries at the back of the eye in rabbits. Read more at http://technology.newscientist.com/channel/tech/mg20026765.800-nanomagnets-inside-blood-cells-bring-scans-into-focus.html
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