Conjugated polymer nanoparticles for biomedical in vivo imaging

Sehoon Kim, Korea Inst Sci & Technol
Chang-Keun Lim, Korea Inst Sci & Technol
Jinhee Na, Korea Inst Sci & Technol
Yong-Deok Lee, Korea Inst Sci & Technol
Kwangmeyung Kim, Korea Inst Sci & Technol
Kuiwon Choi, Korea Inst Sci & Technol
James F. Leary, Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University
Ick Chan Kwon, Korea Inst Sci & Technol

Date of this Version

2010

Citation

DOI: 10.1039/b923309a

This document has been peer-reviewed.

 

Abstract

Conjugated polymer nanoparticles, produced by in situ colloidal Knoevenagel polymerization, show advantageous properties (bright emission, colloidal/chemical stability and mesoscopic size range) that allow the successful in vivo application to real-time sentinel lymph node mapping in a mouse model.

Discipline(s)

Engineering | Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

 

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