Special Issue "Advances in Organic Fluorophores: Design, Synthesis, and Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 July 2021).
Fluorescence provides a mechanism for achieving contrast in biological imaging that enables investigations of molecular structure, dynamics, and function at high spatial and temporal resolution. Organic fluorophores have proven essential for such efforts and are widely used in advanced applications such as single-molecule and super-resolution microscopy. This Special Issue intends to give an overview on recent advances in the design, synthesis, and applications of organic fluorophores. Both review and research articles in this area are welcome.
Dr. Mindy Levine
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- organic fluorophores