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July 31, 2015
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Intracellular microlasers could label a trillion individual cells
Boston MA (SPX) Jul 30, 2015
Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) investigators have induced structures incorporated within individual cells to produce laser light. The wavelengths of light emitted by these intracellular microlasers differ based on factors such as the size, shape and composition of each microlaser, allowing precise labeling of individual cells. The researchers' report has received Advance Online Publication in Nature Photonics. "The fluorescent dyes currently used for research and for medical diagnosis are li ... read more
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