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A modular design of low-background bioassays based on a high-affinity molecular pair barstar:barnase 50 48 0
Coherent population trapping in diamond N-V centers at zero magnetic field 29 24 0
Coherence properties of a single dipole emitter in diamond 37 35 0
Five-Nanometer diamond with luminescent nitrogen-vacancy defect centers 62 59 0
Luminescent nanodiamonds for biomedical applications 80 72 0
Characterization of emission lifetime of nitrogen-vacancy centres in nanodiamonds 52 42 2
Critical components for diamond-based quantum coherent devices 21 18 0
Room-temperature coherent coupling of single spins in diamond 145 124 0
Processing 15-nm nanodiamonds containing nitrogen-vacancy centres for single-molecule FRET 74 70 0
Optical engineering of diamond 39 28 0
Toward quantum information processing using EIT in diamond 88 75 7
Nitrogen-vacancy colour centres in diamond : properties, synthesis and applications 13 12 0
Air-clad optical fibre filament for generating broadband radiation 3 3 0
CVD-diamond external cavity Raman laser at 573 nm 3 3 0
Prediction and measurement of the size-dependent stability of fluorescence in diamond over the entire nanoscale 6 5 0
A Spectroscopic and carbon-isotope study of mixed-habit diamonds : impurity characteristics and growth environment 63 59 1
Emission and nonradiative decay of nanodiamond NV centers in a low refractive index environment 21 21 0
Effect of the nanodiamond host on a nitrogen-vacancy color-centre emission state 13 13 0
Coherent population trapping in diamond N-V centers at zero magnetic field 1 1 0
Nano-ruby : a promising fluorescent probe for background-free cellular imaging 4 3 0
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