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000205149 245__ $$aLighting up cells with lanthanide self-assembled helicates
000205149 269__ $$a2013
000205149 260__ $$bRoyal Society, The$$c2013
000205149 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000205149 520__ $$aLanthanide bioprobes and bioconjugates are ideal luminescent stains in view of their low propensity to photobleaching, sharp emission lines and long excited state lifetimes permitting time-resolved detection for enhanced sensitivity. We show here how the interplay between physical, chemical and biochemical properties allied to microfluidics engineering leads to self-assembled dinuclear lanthanide luminescent probes illuminating live cells and selectively detecting biomarkers expressed by cancerous human breast cells
000205149 6531_ $$aLanthanides
000205149 6531_ $$aLuminescence
000205149 6531_ $$aBioprobe
000205149 6531_ $$aEuropium
000205149 6531_ $$aTerbium
000205149 6531_ $$aTime-resolved luminescence microscopy
000205149 700__ $$aBünzli, Jean-CLaude G.
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