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Creative Diagnostics Introduces Functional Quantum Dots for Researchers

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Creative Diagnostics now releases water-soluble quantum dots with different functional groups.

— With years of experience in the pharmaceutical and life science sector, Creative Diagnostics now releases water-soluble quantum dots with different functional groups, including amine, carboxyl, GSH (glutathione), and MPA (3-Mercaptopropionic acid). These new water-soluble functional quantum dots have great potential to be used in highly sensitive cellular imaging, molecular recognition and optical devices. And they can also be applied in drug delivery, solar cells and light emitting devices.

Creative Diagnostics provides global research scientists with a comprehensive list of DiagNano™ semiconductor quantum dots with different chemical compositions and surface functionalization. Creative Diagnostics' GSH or MPA quantum dots have the hydrodynamic sizes of 10-12 nm diameters, while PEG-NH2 and PEG-COOH quantum dots are about 20 nm in size. PEG functionalized quantum dots have much better performance in solubility and pH stability. Amine and carboxyl quantum dots available with a PEG spacer are ideal for covalent conjugation with proteins, antibodies and other biomolecules. Products including DiagNano™ COOH PbS/CdS Quantum Dots, 900 nm, DiagNano™ NH2 PbS/CdS Quantum Dots, 960 nm, DiagNano™ Diol PbS/CdS Quantum Dots, 940 nm, and DiagNano™ PEG-COOH CdS/ZnS Quantum Dots, 420 nm are all available at Creative Diagnostics.

"Creative Diagnostics provides the most comprehensive list of nanoparticles products with different sizes and surface properties for our clients, and we're proud to work with them in research and development of drug delivery and other research programs. We'll continue to expand our functional quantum dots products and service portfolio to offer our clients more quality tools," said Dr. Jessica Waldorf, chief scientific officer of R&D department, at Creative Diagnostics. "These functional quantum dots will make it easier for research scientists to get more reliable results and enable more traceable and reproducible research."

"Our quantum dots have uniform sizes, tunable emission and high quantum yield, as well as good thermal stability. Researchers will find these new products unique and easy to use, and capable of providing reliable data. We always value our customers feedback, and we are also glad to partner with them to further develop more highly uniform nanoparticles products and services for wide application in biology and medicine field." said Alex, one of a senior scientific officers at Creative Diagnostics.

For more detailed information on functional quantum dots, please contact Creative Diagnostics directly at 1-631-619-7922 or email to contact@creative-diagnostics.com. You'll find more about their newly released products.

About Creative Diagnostics

Creative Diagnostics is a leading manufacturer of magnetic particles, antibody arrays, critical immunoassay kits, reagents and related products for immunoassay development. Creative Diagnostics is dedicated to providing the most comprehensive list of products and fit-for-purpose custom design services to academia as well as industrial researchers and assay developers all around the world.

Contact Info:
Name: Thomas Schmitt
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Organization: Creative Diagnostics
Address: 45-1 Ramsey Road, Shirley, NY 11967, USA
Phone: 16316197922
Website: https://www.cd-bioparticles.com/

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