Vol.2 No.1 (January 2012)
Experimental Research on the Vitro Inactivation of HL60 Cells Based on CdTe and CdSe Quantum Dots
Quantum dots used to destruct the cancer cells through the photocatalytic reaction has caused great attention in recent years. In the paper, thiol-capped CdTe and CdSe QDs were used to destruct the HL60 cells. The results showed that the best light irradiation dose of CdTe and CdSe were 15 J/cm2 and 18 J/cm2. The best concentration of additive QDs were all 2.0 µmol/L. The inactivation efficiency were 62.7% and 83.0% under the best destruction para- meters, respectively. Additionally, the destruction efficiency of CdSe is better than that of CdTe in the optimized condi- tions.
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