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This site from Clemson University shows how fluorescence enables the tracking of nanoparticles in living cells.  Illustrations include the fluorescence of different kinds of nanoparticles, close-up views of the fluorescent particles, and the fluorescent particles as seen within cells.
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image credit: Jason McNeill; image source; larger image This resource was featured by the Physics To Go collection from April 16, 2008 until May 1, 2008. View the feature here!

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