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Making light of stress

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A nanoparticle that senses reactive oxygen and nitrogen species in the liver should improve in vivo detection of cellular stress.

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Figure 1: Detection of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species in vivo by CF-SPNs.

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Chan, J., Chang, C. Making light of stress. Nat Biotechnol 32, 337–338 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1038/nbt.2873

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