Two-photon AIE bio-probe with large Stokes shift for specific imaging of lipid droplets† †Electronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Experimental section, NMR, mass and absorption, HOMO, LUMO, photophysical properties, cell viability, cell imaging, photostability, and two-photon excited f

@inproceedings{Jiang2017TwophotonAB,
  title={Two-photon AIE bio-probe with large Stokes shift for specific imaging of lipid droplets†
†Electronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Experimental section, NMR, mass and absorption, HOMO, LUMO, photophysical properties, cell viability, cell imaging, photostability, and two-photon excited f},
  author={Meijuan Jiang and Xinggui Gu and Jacky W Y Lam and Yilin Zhang and Ryan T K Kwok and K. S. Wong and Ben Zhong Tang},
  booktitle={Chemical science},
  year={2017}
}
Lipid droplets are dynamic organelles involved in various physiological processes and their detection is thus of high importance to biomedical research. Recent reports show that AIE probes for lipid droplet imaging have the superior advantages of high brightness, large Stokes shift and excellent photostability compared to commercial dyes but suffer from the problem of having a short excitation wavelength. In this work, an AIE probe, namely TPA-BI, was rationally designed and easily prepared… CONTINUE READING

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