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The interaction between bovine serum albumin (BSA) and ZnS quantum dots (QDs) was studied by fluorescence, UV-vis spectroscopic techniques. The results showed that the fluorescence of BSA was strongly quenched by ZnS QDs and the quenching mechanism was discussed to be a static quenching procedure, which was proved by quenching rate constant K(q.) The(More)
Water-soluble ZnS quantum dots (QDs) modified by mercaptoacetic acid (MPA) were used to determinate quercetin in aqueous solutions by a fluorescence spectroscopic technique. The results showed that the fluorescence of the modified ZnS QDs could be quenched by quercetin effectively in physiological buffer solution. The optimum fluorescence intensity was(More)
Water soluble ZnS quantum dots (QDs) modified by mercaptoacetic acid (MAA) were used to determinate proton concentration in aqueous solutions by fluorescence spectroscopic technique. The results showed that the fluorescence of the water-soluble QDs could be quenched by proton concentration and the fluorescence intensity of the water-soluble QDs decreased(More)
Zinc oxide nanoparticles doped with bovine serum albumin were used to determine histidine in aqueous solutions using a fluorescence spectroscopic technique. The results showed that histidine effectively quenched the fluorescence of the modified ZnO nanoparticles, whereas other amino acids did not significantly affect the light emission, thereby allowing(More)
The interaction between ginsenoside Rh2 (G-Rh2) and calf thymus DNA (ctDNA) was investigated by spectroscopic methods including UV-vis absorption, fluorescence and circular dichroism (CD) spectroscopy, coupled with DNA melting techniques and viscosity measurements. Stern-Volmer plots at different temperatures proved that the quenching mechanism was a static(More)
Malaria is a severe, life-threatening infectious disease that endangers human health. However, there are no vaccines or immune strategy of vaccines succeeding in both erythrocytic and pre-erythrocytic stage. During the liver stage of the Plasmodium life cycle, sporozoites invade the host liver cells. The sporozoites, then, induce a cellular immune response(More)
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