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Squaraines as unique reporters for SERRS multiplexing

Stokes, Robert J. and Ingram, Andrew and Gallagher, Jane and Armstrong, David R. and Smith, W. Ewen and Graham, Duncan (2008) Squaraines as unique reporters for SERRS multiplexing. Chemical Communications (London) (5). pp. 567-569. ISSN 0009-241X

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Abstract

Modified anilino squaraine dyes provide unique SERRS spectra that can be identified at low concentrations within any mixture of current reporters using longer, biologically compatible wavelengths of excitation.