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Ivan Rehor, Jitka Slegerova, Jan Kucka, Vladimir Proks, Vladimira Petrakova, Marie-Pierre Adam, François Treussart, Stuart Turner, Sara Bals, Pavel Sacha, Miroslav Ledvina, Amy M. Wen, Nicole F. Steinmetz and Petr Cigler Fluorescent Nanodiamonds Embedded in Biocompatible Translucent Shells Small 10

Version of Record online: 5 FEB 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/smll.201302336

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Biocompatible non-photobleachable fluorescent nanoprobes are prepared from nanodiamonds containing nitrogen-vacancy centers. The translucent, near-spherical shell architecture enables quick and highly effective decoration of particles with various (bio)molecules using click chemistry. The particles show superior behavior in cell experiments and they fully exploit the unique photophysical properties of nitrogen-vacancy centers.

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