3-Dimensional Tracking of Non-blinking 'Giant' Quantum Dots in Live Cells.

@article{Keller20143DimensionalTO,
  title={3-Dimensional Tracking of Non-blinking 'Giant' Quantum Dots in Live Cells.},
  author={Aaron M. Keller and Yagnaseni Ghosh and Matthew S Devore and Mary E. Phipps and Michael H. Stewart and Bridget S. Wilson and Diane S. Lidke and Jennifer A Hollingsworth and James H. Werner},
  journal={Advanced functional materials},
  year={2014},
  volume={24 30},
  pages={4796-4803}
}
While semiconductor quantum dots (QDs) have been used successfully in numerous single particle tracking (SPT) studies due to their high photoluminescence efficiency, photostability, and broad palette of emission colors, conventional QDs exhibit fluorescence intermittency or 'blinking,' which causes ambiguity in particle trajectory analysis and limits… CONTINUE READING