Recent development of two-photon fluorescent probes for bioimaging
- Recent development of two-photon fluorescent probes for bioimaging
- Kim, D; Ryu, HG; Ahn, KH
- Date Issued
- ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
- Fluorescent probes are essential tools for studying biological systems. The last decade has witnessed particular interest in the development of two-photon excitable probes, owing to their advantageous features in tissue imaging compared to the corresponding one-photon probes. This review summarizes various types of two-photon probes that have been applied to bioimaging, categorized by the principles in the probe design and the target analytes, which would provide a basis for the future development of novel two-photon probes for tackling important biological issues.
- IMAGING IN-VIVO; PROTEIN-TYROSINE PHOSPHATASES; ABSORPTION CROSS-SECTIONS; MEMBRANE CALCIUM-IONS; SE-N BOND; LIVING CELLS; NITRIC-OXIDE; HYDROGEN-SULFIDE; LIVE CELLS; METAL-IONS
- Article Type
- Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, vol. 12, no. 26, page. 4550 - 4566, 2014-06
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