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Recombinant protein (EGFP-Protein G)-coated PbS quantum dots for in vitro and in vivo dual fluorescence (visible and second-NIR) imaging of breast tumors

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We report a one-step synthetic strategy for the preparation of recombinant protein (EGFP-Protein G)-coated PbS quantum dots for dual (visible and second-NIR) fluorescence imaging of breast tumors at the cellular and whole-body level.

Graphical abstract: Recombinant protein (EGFP-Protein G)-coated PbS quantum dots for in vitro and in vivo dual fluorescence (visible and second-NIR) imaging of breast tumors

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Submitted
04 Nov 2014
Accepted
18 Dec 2014
First published
22 Dec 2014

This article is Open Access

Nanoscale, 2015,7, 5115-5119
Article type
Communication
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Recombinant protein (EGFP-Protein G)-coated PbS quantum dots for in vitro and in vivo dual fluorescence (visible and second-NIR) imaging of breast tumors

A. Sasaki, Y. Tsukasaki, A. Komatsuzaki, T. Sakata, H. Yasuda and T. Jin, Nanoscale, 2015, 7, 5115
DOI: 10.1039/C4NR06480A

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