NIRvana Sciences is commercializing two families of dyes developed at NC State University: chlorins and bacteriochlorins. Chlorins have a violet excitation and emit between 600-725nm and we’re working on ways to extend emissions out to 800nm. Our bacteriochlorins usually have a peak absorption in the ultra violet region with emissions between 685nm-900nm.
If you would like to learn more about our Chlorin dyes, feel free to review this helpful journal article:
Synthetic Chlorins Bearing Auxochromes at the 3- and 13-Positions by Joydev K. Laha, Chinnasamy Muthiah, Masahiko Taniguchi, Brian E. McDowell, Marcin Ptaszek, and Jonathan Lindsey DOI: 10.1021/jo060208o
If you would like to learn more about our Bacteriochlorin dyes, feel free to review this helpful journal article:
Accessing the near-infrared spectral region with stable, synthetic, wavelength-tunable bacteriochlorins, by Masahiko Taniguchi, David L. Cramer, Anil D. Bhise, Hooi Ling Kee, David F. Bocian,* Dewey Holten* and Jonathan S. Lindsey DOI: 10.1039/b717803d
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