Photoluminescent diamond nanoparticles for cell labeling: study of the uptake mechanism in mammalian cells.

@article{Faklaris2009PhotoluminescentDN,
  title={Photoluminescent diamond nanoparticles for cell labeling: study of the uptake mechanism in mammalian cells.},
  author={O. Faklaris and V. Joshi and T. Irinopoulou and P. Tauc and M. Sennour and H. Girard and C. Gesset and J. Arnault and A. Thorel and J. Boudou and P. Curmi and F. Treussart},
  journal={ACS nano},
  year={2009},
  volume={3 12},
  pages={
          3955-62
        }
}
Diamond nanoparticles (nanodiamonds) have been recently proposed as new labels for cellular imaging. For small nanodiamonds (size <40 nm), resonant laser scattering and Raman scattering cross sections are too small to allow single nanoparticle observation. Nanodiamonds can, however, be rendered photoluminescent with a perfect photostability at room temperature. Such a remarkable property allows easier single-particle tracking over long time scales. In this work, we use photoluminescent… Expand
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