Experimental Research on the Vitro Inactivation of HL60 Cells Based on CdTe and CdSe Quantum Dots
Abstract: 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.
文章引用: 贺宇路 , 黄康强 , 姜飞 , 王健 , 熊建文 (2012) 基于CdTe和CdSe量子点体外PDT灭活白血病 HL60细胞实验研究 。 生物医学， 2， 1-5. doi: 10.12677/hjbm.2012.21001
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