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Role of bioconjugated quantum dots in detection and reduction of pathogenic microbes - Abstract
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2018
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דוונסאן, ארול אננט
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Rameshkumar, A., Department of Environmental Biotechnology, Bharathidasan UniversityTamil Nadu, India, TÜV SÜD South Asian Company, Bangalore, India; Periyasamy, S., Center for Materials Cycles and Waste Management Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba, Japan 5National Facility for Marine Cyanobacteria, Bharathidasan UniversityTamil Nadu, India; Garlapati, D., National Facility for Marine Cyanobacteria, Bharathidasan UniversityTamil Nadu, India; Sivasudha, T., Department of Environmental Biotechnology, Bharathidasan UniversityTamil Nadu, India

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Quantum dots are very tiny particles composed of hundreds to thousands of atoms. These tiny particles can differ in color and fluorescence emission depending on their size. QDs play a major role in nanomedicine, biomedical and analytical applications. One of the main applications of QDs is that they can act as a fluorescent probe for cell labelling and antimicrobial agent. Due to their excellent optical properties, QDs have the potential to be formulated as novel antimicrobial materials. The antibacterial potential of QDs is through degradation of cell wall of the target organism, free radicals (singlet oxygen) induced bacterial cell death, and QDs can also inhibit the antioxidative genes which are responsible for the increase of reactive oxygen species in cells, leading to cell death. Furthermore, the fluorescence nature of QDs can be used to visualize bacterial species. QDs inert fluorescent tags are for suitable for labeling of microbial species. This chapter will discuss the importance of QDs for antimicrobial activity and microbial photolabeling. © 2018 Scrivener Publishing LLC.

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Rameshkumar, A., Department of Environmental Biotechnology, Bharathidasan UniversityTamil Nadu, India, TÜV SÜD South Asian Company, Bangalore, India; Periyasamy, S., Center for Materials Cycles and Waste Management Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba, Japan 5National Facility for Marine Cyanobacteria, Bharathidasan UniversityTamil Nadu, India; Garlapati, D., National Facility for Marine Cyanobacteria, Bharathidasan UniversityTamil Nadu, India; Sivasudha, T., Department of Environmental Biotechnology, Bharathidasan UniversityTamil Nadu, India

Role of bioconjugated quantum dots in detection and reduction of pathogenic microbes

Quantum dots are very tiny particles composed of hundreds to thousands of atoms. These tiny particles can differ in color and fluorescence emission depending on their size. QDs play a major role in nanomedicine, biomedical and analytical applications. One of the main applications of QDs is that they can act as a fluorescent probe for cell labelling and antimicrobial agent. Due to their excellent optical properties, QDs have the potential to be formulated as novel antimicrobial materials. The antibacterial potential of QDs is through degradation of cell wall of the target organism, free radicals (singlet oxygen) induced bacterial cell death, and QDs can also inhibit the antioxidative genes which are responsible for the increase of reactive oxygen species in cells, leading to cell death. Furthermore, the fluorescence nature of QDs can be used to visualize bacterial species. QDs inert fluorescent tags are for suitable for labeling of microbial species. This chapter will discuss the importance of QDs for antimicrobial activity and microbial photolabeling. © 2018 Scrivener Publishing LLC.

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