Applications of Quantum Dots (QD) in Medicine

Neelima Dandamudi,

Published on: 2021-08-27


Quantum dots (QDs) are one of the most significant materials that produce a ground between nanotechnology, and medicine assay. Their unique photoluminescence and electronic properties include broad and continuous absorption spectra, thin emission spectra from visible to near-infrared wavelengths, long light lasting, high brightness makes them some capable probe materials in biosensing or immunosensing platform [1]. They are considered effective fluorescent markers used in a drug delivery system for covering the metabolism process of drugs in the body owing to their special physicochemical characteristics. They can also be developed for a variety of biomedical operations, such as complaint discovery, and fluorescent assays for medicine discovery [1].

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