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Bright Fluorescent Nanodiamonds: No Photobleaching And Low Cytotoxicity.

Shu-Jung Yu, Ming-Wei Kang, H. Chang, Kuan-Ming Chen, Y. Yu
Published 2005 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Diamond nanocrystals emit bright fluorescence at 600-800 nm after irradiation by a 3 MeV proton beam (5 x 1015 ions/cm2) and annealing at 800 degrees C (2 h) in vacuum. The irradiation/annealing process yields high concentrations of nitrogen-vacancy defect centers ( approximately 107 centers/mum3), making possible visualization of the individual 100 nm diamond crystallites using a fluorescence microscope. The fluorescent nanodiamonds (FND) show no sign of photobleaching and can be taken up by mammalian cells with minimal cytotoxicity. The nanomaterial can have far-reaching biological applications.
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