Optimization of Prussian Blue Coated NaDyF4:x%Lu Nanocomposites for Multifunctional Imaging‐Guided Photothermal Therapy

  title={Optimization of Prussian Blue Coated NaDyF4:x\%Lu Nanocomposites for Multifunctional Imaging‐Guided Photothermal Therapy},
  author={Yuxin Liu and Quanwei Guo and Xingjun Zhu and Wei Feng and Lu Wang and Liyi Ma and Ge Zhang and Jing Zhou and Fuyou Li},
  journal={Advanced Functional Materials},
Imaging‐guided photothermal therapy based on functional nanomaterials has recently received significant attention and the selection of functional materials with optimal imaging and therapy effect is extremely important. In this work, NaDyF4‐based nanoparticles with varying size are synthesized by doping with different amounts of lutetium ions. To obtain an optimized material, the influence factor of magnetic resonance, X‐ray attenuation, and photothermal properties are discussed in detail. Then… 
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