Multicolored redox active upconverter cerium oxide nanoparticle for bio-imaging and therapeutics
Abbreviated Journal Title
HYDROXIDE NANORODS; CONVERSION; NANOCRYSTALS; MECHANISM; PHOSPHORS; TOXICITY; DISPLAYS; Chemistry, Multidisciplinary
Cytocompatible, co-doped cerium oxide nanoparticles exhibited strong upconversion properties that were found to kill lung cancer cells by inducing apoptosis thereby demonstrating the potential to be used as clinical contrast agents for imaging and as therapeutic agents for treatment of cancer.
"Multicolored redox active upconverter cerium oxide nanoparticle for bio-imaging and therapeutics" (2010). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 6966.