Imaging and therapeutic applications of persistent luminescence nanomaterials

@article{Liu2019ImagingAT,
  title={Imaging and therapeutic applications of persistent luminescence nanomaterials},
  author={Jianhua Liu and T. L{\'e}cuyer and J. Seguin and N. Mignet and D. Scherman and B. Viana and C. Richard},
  journal={Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews},
  year={2019},
  volume={138},
  pages={193–210}
}
&NA; The development of probes for biomolecular imaging and diagnostics is a very active research area. Among the different imaging modalities, optics emerged since it is a noninvasive and cheap imaging technique allowing real time imaging. In vitro, this technique is very useful however in vivo, fluorescence suffers from low signal‐to‐noise ratio due to tissue autofluorescence under constant excitation. To address this limitation, novel types of optical nanoprobes are actually being developed… Expand
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