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000131021 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1246/cl.2009.104
000131021 02470 $$2ISI$$a000264039600001
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000131021 245__ $$aLanthanide Luminescent Bioprobes (LLBs)
000131021 269__ $$a2009
000131021 260__ $$c2009
000131021 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000131021 520__ $$aLanthanide luminescent bioprobes (LLBs) are amongst the most sensitive luminescent probes because their excited states are long-lived, which allows time-resolved detection (TRD) of their luminescence, boosting the signal-to-noise ratio and the sensitivity; in addition they are fairly insensitive to photobleaching since lanthanide ions are good quenchers of triplet states. Applications of LLBs to immunoassays, DNA analysis, ligand binding assays, analyte sensing, and cellular imaging are reviewed. Future developments in immunohistochemistry, targeting of specific organelles, lab-on-a-chip technology, and instrumental design are evoked 
000131021 6531_ $$aNear-Infrared Luminescence
000131021 6531_ $$aResonance Energy-Transfer
000131021 6531_ $$aNanoparticle Labels
000131021 6531_ $$aImaging Probes
000131021 6531_ $$aLiving Cells
000131021 6531_ $$aComplexes
000131021 6531_ $$aEuropium
000131021 6531_ $$aChelate
000131021 6531_ $$aDesign
000131021 6531_ $$aAnion
000131021 700__ $$0241990$$aBünzli, Jean-Claude G.$$g122803
000131021 773__ $$j38$$k2$$q104-109$$tChemistry Letters
000131021 8564_ $$s1922330$$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/131021/files/CL-09-LLBs-Bunzli.pdf$$zn/a
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