Optical properties of SPION-CDs and the targeting efficiency of the SPION-CDs and APT-SPION-CDs with OVCAR-3 and HeLa cells

Published: 16 May 2018 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/3mhp773c6h.1
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The maximum emission peak was observed at 450 nm for the excitation wavelength of 350 nm (a). SPION-CDs can disperse in water easily, and an aqueous suspension exhibits a shade of yellowish brown in daylight and bright-green fluorescence under UV light(Fig. 4b and c). Fig. 4d-4g shows the transmission and fluorescence images of OVCAR-3 and HeLa cells stained with SPION-CDs and APT-SPION-CDs. However, the significant increase in fluorescence emission intensities for OVCAR-3 confirms that APT-SPION-CDs specifically target the STIP1 positive cells.

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    2018-05-16

    Published: 2018-05-16

    DOI: 10.17632/3mhp773c6h.1

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    asgari, mahdi; Shokrani, Parvaneh; Mehrgardi, Masoud; Khanahmad, Hossein (2018), “Optical properties of SPION-CDs and the targeting efficiency of the SPION-CDs and APT-SPION-CDs with OVCAR-3 and HeLa cells”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/3mhp773c6h.1

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