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A series of terpyridine-based zinc(II) complexes assembled for third-order nonlinear optical responses in the near-infrared region and recognizing lipid membranes

A series of terpyridine-based zinc(II) complexes assembled for third-order nonlinear optical responses in the near-infrared region and recognizing lipid membranes
Qiong Zhang, Yupeng Tian, Jieying Wu, Qingyuan Xie, Xiaohe Tian, Aidong Wang, Hongping Zhou, Ming Kong, Yiwen Tang, Jinghang Wang
Two-photon (TP) microscopy has advantages for biological imaging in that it allows deeper tissue-penetration and excellent resolution compared with one-photon (OP) microscopy.
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