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Figure 5

Figure 5. From: Synthesis of CdTe quantum dot-conjugated CC49 and their application for in vitro imaging of gastric adenocarcinoma cells.

Spectrum analysis. (A) The primary CdTe QD spectrum analysis curve. (B) The CC49-QDs spectrum analysis curve.

Yun-Peng Zhang, et al. Nanoscale Res Lett. 2013;8(1):294-294.
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Figure 6. From: Synthesis of CdTe quantum dot-conjugated CC49 and their application for in vitro imaging of gastric adenocarcinoma cells.

HPLC elution curves for (A) CC49-QDs and (B) free CC49. The retention times of CC49-QDs and free CC49 were about 6.91 and 9.65 min, respectively.

Yun-Peng Zhang, et al. Nanoscale Res Lett. 2013;8(1):294-294.
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Figure 4. From: Synthesis of CdTe quantum dot-conjugated CC49 and their application for in vitro imaging of gastric adenocarcinoma cells.

Physical properties of near-infrared quantum dots. (A) Transmission electron microscope image of QDs. (B) Transmission electron microscope image of CC49-QDs.

Yun-Peng Zhang, et al. Nanoscale Res Lett. 2013;8(1):294-294.
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Figure 3. From: Synthesis of CdTe quantum dot-conjugated CC49 and their application for in vitro imaging of gastric adenocarcinoma cells.

Powder X-ray diffraction pattern of hydrothermally prepared CdTe QDs (λcm = 600 nm). The line spectra show the cubic CdTe and CdS reflections with their relative intensities.

Yun-Peng Zhang, et al. Nanoscale Res Lett. 2013;8(1):294-294.
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Figure 7. From: Synthesis of CdTe quantum dot-conjugated CC49 and their application for in vitro imaging of gastric adenocarcinoma cells.

Immunohistochemical examination of TAG-72 expression. Experimental group: the SP immunohistochemical staining of MGC80-3 (A) and GES-1 (B). Control group (the primary antibody was replaced by PBS): the SP immunohistochemical staining of MGC80-3 (C) and GES-1 (D).

Yun-Peng Zhang, et al. Nanoscale Res Lett. 2013;8(1):294-294.
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Figure 2. From: Synthesis of CdTe quantum dot-conjugated CC49 and their application for in vitro imaging of gastric adenocarcinoma cells.

In vitro labeling of GES-1 cells with CC49-QDs Ab probe and primary QDs. (E1/F1/G1/H1) The cell nucleus was stained with DAPI. (E2) GES-1 cells labeled with QDs. (F2) GES-1 cells labeled with CC49-QDs. (G2) GES-1 cells labeled with CC49-QDs after blocked with free CC49. (H2) GES-1 cells labeled with fluorescent secondary antibody. E3/F3/G3/H3 were merged with E1 and E2, F1 and F2, G1 and G2, H1 and H2, respectively.

Yun-Peng Zhang, et al. Nanoscale Res Lett. 2013;8(1):294-294.
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Figure 1. From: Synthesis of CdTe quantum dot-conjugated CC49 and their application for in vitro imaging of gastric adenocarcinoma cells.

In vitro labeling of MGC80-3 cells with CC49-QDs Ab probe and primary QDs. (A1/B1/C1/D1) The cell nucleus was stained with DAPI. (A2) MGC80-3 cells labeled with QDs. (B2) MGC80-3 cells labeled with CC49-QDs. (C2) MGC80-3 cells labeled with CC49-QDs after blocked with free CC49. (D2) MGC80-3 cells labeled with fluorescent secondary antibody. A3/B3/C3/D3 were merged with A1 and A2, B1 and B2, C1 and C2, D1 and D2, respectively.

Yun-Peng Zhang, et al. Nanoscale Res Lett. 2013;8(1):294-294.

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