Quantum dots are being developed to replace fluorescent dyes in medical imaging Since photoluminescing atoms in quantum dots can be fabricated to release more than one photon during fluorescence QDs are useful for deeptissue imaging they also produce a realtime response to stimuli such as action potentials or chemical gradientsA recent breakthrough at the Navy Research Lab enables QD interfacing with individual neurons in the brain The QDs are coated with blah blah blah for biocompatibility Th
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