Ultrafast photochemistry produces superbright short-wave infrared dots for low-dose in vivo imaging

Harrisson D. A. Santos, Irene Zabala Gutiérrez, Yingli Shen, José Lifante, Erving Ximendes, Marco Laurenti, Diego Méndez-González, Sonia Melle, Oscar G. Calderón, Enrique López Cabarcos, Nuria Fernández, Irene Chaves-Coira, Daniel Lucena-Agell, Luis Monge, Mark D. Mackenzie, José Marqués-Hueso, Callum M. S. Jones, Carlos Jacinto, Blanca del Rosal, Ajoy K. KarJorge Rubio-Retama, Daniel Jaque

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