NewsLanthanide nanoparticles enable continuous-wave NIR STED
microscopy

21st June 2021by admin0
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National University of Singapore researchers have
developed a new generation of near infra-red (NIR)-emitting
nanoprobes for super-resolution imaging in deep tissues. These
nanoprobes are based on lanthanide-doped nanomaterials with rich
energy levels, high photostability and programmable optical
kinetics.

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