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Advances of Fluorescent Probes Inbiomedical Science

Joshi M Manohar, Azza Kumar

Abstract

Fluorescence probes are attracting more and more attentions in biomedical research because of their nontoxicity, sensitivity and accuracy. The advantages and disadvantages of different kinds of fluorescent probes, the research status and the progress of fluorescent labeling in biomedicine are reviewed, and the research trend and application prospect of biofluorescence probe are prospected

Keywords

Fluorescence Probe; Biomedical Science; Application Progress

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18063/bc.v2i1.855
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