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Detecting cancer cells labeled with gold nanorods using nonlinear endomicroscopy

conference contribution
posted on 2009-12-01, 00:00 authored by H Bao, Jingliang LiJingliang Li, M Gu
Gold Nanorods are used to specifically label cancer cells. Cervical cancer cells, HeLa cells, labeled by gold nanorods were first detected by multi-photon-excited photoluminescence endomicroscopy, which shows that multi-photon-excited photoluminescence endomicroscopy could be used in noninvasively detecting cancers. Furthermore, cells labelled with gold nanorods become highly susceptible to photothermal damage when irradiated at the plasmon resonance. Therefore multi-photon-excited photoluminescence endomicroscopy is potential for cancer cells or tumors therapy and treatment. © 2009 Optical Society of America.

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Location

Vancouver, Canada

Start date

2009-04-26

End date

2009-04-30

eISSN

2162-2701

ISBN-13

9781557528711

Language

eng

Publication classification

EN.1 Other conference paper

Title of proceedings

Novel Techniques in Microscopy

Event

Optical Society of America. Conference (2009 : Vancouver, Canada)

Publisher

OSA Publishing

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