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Figure 5 | Journal of Nanobiotechnology

Figure 5

From: Inorganic phosphate nanorods are a novel fluorescent label in cell biology

Figure 5

Fluoresence (First column) and their corresponding phase images (Second column) of 786-O cells treated with LnPO4·H2O nanorods. (A): Control 786-O cells with no treatment, slight green color due to auto fluorescence in (A), (B): 786-O cells treated with EuPO4·H2O nanorods, and (C): 786-O cells treated with TbPO4·H2O nanorods, taken by confocal microscope. In few places green fluorescence color of nanorods inside the cells, were marked by white arrow sign.

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