A.Revathi, A.Divya, K.Aaradhana, B.Charu Hasini, B.Gowry Snehitha, Dr.I.V.Ramarao
Quantum dots, luminescence, fluorescence, chemiluminescence, phosphorescence, pharmaceutics, bioconjugation
A superb photoluminescence and electronic property of quantum dots (QDs) includes narrow emission spectra from visible to infrared wavelengths and broad and continuous absorption spectra. QDs are zero-dimensional materials made comprised of nanostructures that are no larger than a few nanometers in size, such as those found in InAs or II-IV groups such as CdSe, CdTe, CdS, and ZnS. the distinctive qualities of QDs, including their wide excitation range, limited emission, robust fluorescence, and good photobleaching resistance. In place of organic and inorganic fluorophores, QDs are employed. Application areas for ODs include the diagnosis and treatment of cancer as well as the early detection of primary tumours such breast, prostate, ovarian, and pancreatic cancer. The QDs nanocarrier technology is capable of monitoring, localising, and early disease site identification. With the use of QD-based nanotechnology, the biomedical imaging platform for cancer behaviour can be studied thanks to the optical and chemical benefits of quantum dots (QDs). The QDs were used in numerous clinical and bioanalytical applications, including medicines, immunology, and biosensing.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 7

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