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It has been noticed that Figures 3 and 4 were incorrectly reproduced. The correct Figures 3 and 4 are provided below. The editorial office apologizes for any inconvenience caused. Figure 3. Two-photon (l ex = 780 nm) confocal (a, b) and PLIM (c–e) imaging of live HDF cells labelled with 1·Eu. a), b) Steady state confocal microscopy images (l em = 500–550(More)
A series of luminescent complexes based on {Ir(phpy)2} (phpy = cyclometallating anion of 2-phenylpyridine) or {Ir(F2phpy)2} [F2phpy = cyclometallating anion of 2-(2',4'-difluorophenyl)pyridine] units, with an additional 3-(2-pyridyl)-pyrazole (pypz) ligand, have been prepared; fluorination of the phenylpyridine ligands results in a blue-shift of the usual(More)
The first example of cell imaging using two independent emission components from a dinuclear d/f complex is reported. A water-stable, cell-permeable Ir(III) /Eu(III) dyad undergoes partial Ir→Eu energy transfer following two-photon excitation of the Ir unit at 780 nm. Excitation in the near-IR region generated simultaneously green Ir-based emission and red(More)
Luminescent iridium(iii) complex units bearing pendant 2,2'-bipyridyl-type binding sites can be used to generate Ir/Ln dyads in which the Ir(iii) luminophore acts as an energy donor to the lanthanide by the Dexter mechanism, generating sensitised emission in the visible (from Eu) or near-infrared (Nd, Yb) regions.
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