Singlet oxygen has been detected in single nerve cells by its weak 1270 nm phosphorescence (a1Δg→X3Σg−) upon irradiation of a photosensitizer incorporated in the cell. Thus, one can now consider the application of direct optical imaging techniques to mechanistic studies of singlet oxygen at the single-cell level.
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