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Advances In Fluorescence And Bioluminescence Imaging.

T. Ozawa, Hideaki Yoshimura, S. Kim
Published 2013 · Chemistry, Medicine

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■ CONTENTS Fluorescence Imaging C Fluorescent Molecules for Bioimaging C Genetically Encoded Fluorescent Molecules C Synthetic Organic Fluorescent Molecules for Bioimaging F Fluorescent Nanoparticles for Bioimaging Studies F Fluorescent Probes for Biological Events G Probes for RNAs G Probes for Kinase Activity H Probes for Ions, Small Molecules, and Intracellular Environments H Bioluminescence Imaging and Quantitative Analysis K Luciferases and Substrates K Novel Luciferases K Substrates for Luciferases L Bioluminescent Probes L Probes for Protein−Protein Interactions L Probes for Small Molecules M Probes for Enzymatic Activity N Probes for Nucleic Acids N Probes for Gene Expression N Imaging of Living Subjects N Imaging of Disease Progression N Imaging of Stem Cells and Organs O Imaging of Cancers and Their Metastasis O Perspective P Author Information P Corresponding Author P Notes P Biographies P Acknowledgments Q References Q
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