Effects of Freezing on Erythrocyte-derived Optical Nanoprobes


Freezing of erythrocyte-derived nanoparticles can provide a method to extend their storage life and enable rapid deployment for clinical applications. We found that key physical properties of the particles remained unaffected after one freeze-thaw cycle. OCIS codes: (000.1430) Biology and medicine; (160.1435) Biomaterials; (170.3880) Medical and biological imaging; (170.6280) Spectroscopy, fluorescence and luminescence.

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@inproceedings{Tang2017EffectsOF, title={Effects of Freezing on Erythrocyte-derived Optical Nanoprobes}, author={Jack C. Tang and Jenny T. Mac and Raviraj Vankayala and Allen Partono and Wangcun Jia and Bahman Anvari}, year={2017} }