All chemicals were used without further purification. The materials used (and their corresponding manufacturers) were as follows: acetone (99.5%; Sigma-Aldrich), Atto 565 (alkyne functionalized; ATTO-TEC GmbH), Atto 647N (alkyne functionalized; ATTO-TEC GmbH), Irgacure 819 (Ciba Inc.), dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO; 99%; Merck), isopropanol (99.5%; Sigma-Aldrich), PETA (technical grade; Sigma-Aldrich), mr-Dev 600 (micro resist technology GmbH), toluene (99.8%; Sigma-Aldrich), tricyclo[,6]decanedimethanol diacrylate (TDDDA; technical grade; Sigma-Aldrich), Trilite Fluorescent Nanocrystals 450 nm (alkyl functionalized; Cytodiagnostics), Trilite Fluorescent Nanocrystals 525 nm (alkyl functionalized; Cytodiagnostics), and 3-(trimethoxysilyl)propyl methacrylate (98%; Sigma-Aldrich).

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