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Lysosome-Targetable Molecular Probes for Fluorescence Imaging in Live Cells

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Abstract

I would like to present our recent works on the development of new molecular probes specifically localizing in subcelluar organelles, especially lysosomes and their applications for monitoring the local changes through fluorescence microscopy.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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