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Nanostructured Quatsomes Encapsulating Fluorene-Derivatives for Lysosomal Labeling and Tracking

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Abstract

Stable, water-soluble nanovesicles, prepared from amphiphilic quaternary amines (Quatsomes), encapsulating a fluorene-based probe is reported. Examination of its cellular distribution revealed its potential utility as a fluorescent lysosome tracker.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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