Surface functionalization of quantum dots for biological applications

November 15, 2014

Quantum dots are a group of inorganic nanomaterials exhibiting exceptional optical and electronic properties which impart distinct advantages over traditional fluorescent organic dyes in terms of tunable broad excitation and narrow emission spectra, signal brightness, high quantum yield and photo-stability. Aqueous solubility and surface functionalization are the most common problems for QDs employed in biological research.

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Quantum dots; Surface modifications; Imaging; Covalent coupling; Silanization
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