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BODIPY analogs - Fluorescent probes! Lumiprobe newsletter

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Use of fluorescent reagents and nanotechnology - drug delivery, medical, biochemical and biological science

Posted on July 8, 2015 at 5:36pm 0 Comments

Recent use of fluorescent labels in nanotechnology drug delivery, medical, biochemical and biological science:



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Nooney, R.; O’Connell, C.; Roy, S.; Boland, K.; Keegan, G.; Kelleher, S.; Daniels, S.; McDonagh, C. Synthesis and characterisation of far-red fluorescent cyanine dye doped silica nanoparticles using a modified microemulsion method for application in bioassays.…

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Use of fluorescent reagents and nanotechnology - drug delivery, medical, biochemical and biological science

Posted on May 27, 2015 at 9:20pm 0 Comments

Lumiprobe offers fluorescent labels dyes, click chemistry reagents



Recent use of fluorescent labels in nanotechnology drug delivery, medical, biochemical and biological science:

Li, L.; Sun, W.; Zhong, J.; Yang, Qi.; Zhu, X.; Zhou, Z.; Zhang Z.; Huang, Y. Multistage Nanovehicle Delivery System Based on Stepwise Size Reduction and Charge Reversal for Programmed Nuclear Targeting of Systemically Administered Anticancer Drugs. Advanced Functional…

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Non-Sulfonated Cyannine Fluorescent dyes - do you need water soluble nano labels? Lumiprobe

Posted on April 21, 2015 at 9:31pm 0 Comments

Non-sulfonated cyanines - fluorescent dyes

There are two varieties of cyanine dyes: non-sulfonated cyanines, and sulfonated cyanines. For many applications they are interchangeable, because their spectral properties are nearly identical. Both sulfonated and non-sulfonated dyes can be used for the labeling of biomolecules such as DNA and proteins. The difference between the dyes is their solubility: sulfo- dyes are water-soluble, and they do not use of…

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