Original paper

Engineered Near‐Infrared Fluorescent Protein Assemblies for Robust Bioimaging and Therapeutic Applications

Volume: 32, Issue: 17
Published: Mar 12, 2020
Abstract
Fluorescent proteins are investigated extensively as markers for the imaging of cells and tissues that are treated by gene transfection. However, limited transfection efficiency and lack of targeting restrict the clinical application of this method rooted in the challenging development of robust fluorescent proteins for in vivo bioimaging. To address this, a new type of near‐infrared (NIR) fluorescent protein assemblies manufactured by genetic...
Paper Details
Title
Engineered Near‐Infrared Fluorescent Protein Assemblies for Robust Bioimaging and Therapeutic Applications
Published Date
Mar 12, 2020
Volume
32
Issue
17
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