NewsTiny light-emitting probes give researchers a better option
for noninvasive imaging of living tissue

16th February 2021by admin0
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A polymer that is custom designed to produce light
that penetrates murky environments has shown promise in bioimaging
trials, where it can detect nano-sized particles underneath the
surface of realistic tissue models.

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