PEDOT nanocomposites mediated dual-modal photodynamic and photothermal targeted sterilization in both NIR I and II window.

@article{Li2015PEDOTNM,
  title={PEDOT nanocomposites mediated dual-modal photodynamic and photothermal targeted sterilization in both NIR I and II window.},
  author={Luoyuan Li and Yuxin Liu and Panlong Hao and Zhangguo Wang and Limin Fu and Zhanfang Ma and Jing Zhou},
  journal={Biomaterials},
  year={2015},
  volume={41},
  pages={
          132-40
        }
}

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