Light-Up Lipid Droplets Dynamic Behaviors Using a Red-Emitting Fluorogenic Probe

Volume: 92, Issue: 5, Pages: 3613 - 3619
Published: Feb 10, 2020
Abstract
Intracellular lipid metabolism occurs in lipid droplets (LDs), which is critical to the survival of cells. Imaging LDs is an intuitive way to understand their physiology in live cells. However, this is limited by the availability of specific probes that can properly visualize LDs in vivo. Here, an LDs-specific red-emitting probe is proposed to address this need, which is not merely with an ultrahigh signal-to-noise (S/N) ratio and a large Stokes...
Paper Details
Title
Light-Up Lipid Droplets Dynamic Behaviors Using a Red-Emitting Fluorogenic Probe
Published Date
Feb 10, 2020
Volume
92
Issue
5
Pages
3613 - 3619
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