Polymeric AIE-based nanoprobes for biomedical applications: recent advances and perspectives

The development of polymeric luminescent nanomaterials for biomedical applications has recently attracted a large amount of attention due to the remarkable advantages of these materials compared with small organic dyes and fluorescent inorganic nanomaterials

Xiaoyong Zhang

2015

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  • The development of polymeric luminescent nanomaterials for biomedical applications has recently attracted a large amount of attention due to the remarkable advantages of these materials compared with small organic dyes and fluorescent inorganic nanomaterials
  • The recent advances in the design and biomedical applications of polymeric luminescent nanomaterials based on aggregation-induced emission dyes is summarized
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