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Nanotechnology is developed to convert research, prevention, and treatment of cancer through the novel diagnostic imaging techniques and therapies. In particular, the imaging nanotechnology has gained substantial momentum in recent years. The main progress in nanotechnology has led to the production of novel fluorescent probes named quantum dots (QDs). Quantum dots develop a revolution in the molecular tagging processes within research, in vivo and in vitro studies. Due to unique physical andpmid:23690181 fatcat:yrfvu432nbe6tfryluikvaefua