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Semiconductor Laser Particles in Biological cells

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We develop a method for fabricating biocompatible, semiconductor laser particles for integration into biological systems. Micron-sized laser particles coated with a passivating silica shell are readily and safely uptaken by several cell lines in vitro.

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