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A self-assessed photosensitizer: inducing and dual-modal phosphorescence imaging of mitochondria oxidative stress.

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Summary of "A self-assessed photosensitizer: inducing and dual-modal phosphorescence imaging of mitochondria oxidative stress."

Two novel Ir(iii)-nitroxide conjugates have been synthesized as mitochondria-targeted multi-functional theranostic photosensitizers, capable of simultaneously inducing and dual-modal phosphorescence imaging of mitochondrial oxidative stress under two-photon excitation, thus realizing the photodynamic therapy of cancer and self-assessment of their PDT efficacies.

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Name: Chemical communications (Cambridge, England)
ISSN: 1364-548X
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