Lanthanide-Based, Near-Infrared Luminescent and Magnetic Lipoparticles: Monitoring Particle Integrity.

Abstract : Near-infrared emitting, magnetic particles for combined optical and MR detection based on liposomes or artificial lipoproteins are presented. They provide a novel strategy for the luminescence sensitization of lanthanide cations (Yb(3+) , Nd(3+) ) without covalent bonds between the chromophore and the lanthanide, and provide an unambiguous tool for monitoring the integrity of the liponanoparticles, via emission in the NIR region.
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Sara Lacerda, Célia S Bonnet, Agnès Pallier, Sandrine Villette, Frédéric Foucher, et al.. Lanthanide-Based, Near-Infrared Luminescent and Magnetic Lipoparticles: Monitoring Particle Integrity.. Small, Wiley-VCH Verlag, 2013, 9 (16), pp.2662-2666. ⟨10.1002/smll.201201923⟩. ⟨hal-00817465⟩

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