Optical imaging: Resolutely deep and fast

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Functionalized quantum dots emitting short-wavelength infrared light enable small-animal imaging with deep penetration, high spatial resolution and fast acquisition speeds.

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Figure 1: Functionalized core–shell QDs for SWIR imaging.
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