Further Reading

Review Articles

  1. Aharonovich, I., Greentree, A.D., and Prawer, S. (2011). Diamond photonics. Nat Photon 5: 397–405.
  2. Barnard, A.S. (2009). Diamond standard in diagnostics: nanodiamond biolabels make their mark. Analyst 134: 1751–1764.
  3. Castelletto, S., Li, X., and Gu, M. (2012). Frontiers in diffraction unlimited optical methods for spin manipulation, magnetic field sensing and imaging using diamond nitrogen vacancy defects. Nanophotonics 1: 139–153.
  4. Chaudhary, H.M., Duttagupta, A.S., Jadhav, K.R. et al. (2015). Nanodiamonds as a new horizon for pharmaceutical and biomedical applications. Curr Drug Deliv 12: 271–281.
  5. Chen, X. and Zhang, W. (2017). Diamond nanostructures for drug delivery, bioimaging, and biosensing. Chem Soc Rev 46: 734–760.
  6. Chipaux, M., van der Laan, K.J., Hemelaar, S.R. et al. (2018). Nanodiamonds and their applications in cells. Small 14: 1704263.
  7. Drezet, A., Sonnefraud, Y., Cuche, A. et al. (2015). Near‐field microscopy with a scanning nitrogen‐vacancy color center in a diamond nanocrystal: a brief review. Micron 70: 55–63.
  8. Holt, K.B. (2007). Diamond at the nanoscale: applications of diamond nanoparticles from cellular biomarkers to quantum computing. Phil Trans R Soc A 365: 2845–2861.
  9. Krueger, A. (2008). Diamond nanoparticles: jewels for chemistry and physics. Adv Mater 20: 2445–2449.
  10. van der Laan, K., Hasani, M., Zheng, T., and Schirhagl, R, (2018). Nanodiamonds for in vivo applications. Small 14: 1703838.
  11. Lai, L. and Barnard, A.S. (2015). ...

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