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Fluorescent burst coincidence detection is designed specifically for SMD platforms. Two QD labeled probes were designed to recognize the same target and form a dually labeled complex (Fig. A). As the complex passes through the detection volume, signals from both QDs are detected simultaneously, resulting in a pair of coincident fluorescent bursts in two independent channels (Fig. B). The concentrations of probes and targets are in the sub-nanomolar range. Under such conditions, the average number of molecules remaining in the detection volume is less than unity. As a consequence, in the absence of target, two probes pass through the detection volume independently and the resulting fluorescent bursts in each of the two channels are uncorrelated (Fig. C). It is important to ensure that no spectral crosstalk exists between the two fluorophores to avoid false coincidence. Due to small Stokes shift of organic dyes, dual-excitation is required for coincidence detection. However, it is intricate to align the illumination volumes of two lasers and correct the chromatic aberration []. In contrast, the unique optical properties of QDs permit single excitation for QDs of different colors. As a result, multi-color coincidence can be achieved with QDs using simple confocal setups with a single excitation source.

Despite their numerous advantages, it is to be realized that QD is not meant to replace conventional organic fluorophores but rather offer a complement. Both dyes have their benefits as well as drawbacks. The sizes of QDs are considerably larger than typical organic fluorophores, which poses a problem for QD conjugated probes in biochemical reactions. QDs also unsuitable for many enzyme based signal amplification reactions []. So far, no practical QD based real time PCR platform has been reported that match conventional organic fluorophore based real time PCR in terms of performance. Concerns are also raised on the cytotoxicity of QD for studies. The majority of QDs are made from highly toxic semiconductor materials. Even with proper capping and organic functional layers, toxic ions are still believed to escape from the core []. Fortunately, the abovementioned issues are already under investigation. Compared to organic fluorophores, more detailed characterization and well established assay protocols are required to promote the commercial availability of QD based analysis systems in order to attract more users.

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This review comments on the latest development of QD based sensing strategies and their applications towards molecular diagnostics. We begin with a brief discussion on the use of a QD as a "passive" fluorescent tag that replaces traditional organic fluorophores in many conventional assays. Then we focus on "smart" QD probes, such as quantum dot fluorescence resonance energy transfer (QD-FRET) sensing system, QD electron transfer sensing system, QD photochemical sensing system QD single molecule detection (SMD) platform and QD barcode that are designed to achieve high-sensitivity, high-throughput and multiplexed detection. Other non-photoluminescence properties of QDs are also examined for their applications in unconventional molecular assays. In summary, we provide a detailed evaluation of QD as a versatile participant in various types of molecular sensing platforms.

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Early QD applications within biological contexts centered on incorporating QDs into traditional bioanalytical assays as superior substitutes for organic fluorophores. This was done in the hopes that the unique optical properties of QDs such as high brightness and excellent photostability could greatly improve assay performance.

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As a luminescent probe, QDs outperform traditional organic fluorophores in many aspects due to their excellent optical properties. In addition, a QD can act as a nanoscaffold, thereby providing a structural platform and functional solid substrate for molecule adsorption and interaction. Recently, QDs have been used as active components of complex biosensing platforms which often rely on nonradiative energy transfer between a QD and other organic fluorophores or nanoparticles. Many of these QD-based nano-biosensing techniques enable homogeneous and wash-free assays, thereby eliminating stringent washing steps to greatly simplify assay protocols.


QDs have highly advantageous properties that make them excellent FRET donors as compared to organic fluorophores. Great effort has been put into understanding the basic physical properties of QD-FRET [, , ]. To ensure high FRET efficiency, a FRET pair is selected to ensure maximum spectral overlap between the donor emission spectrum and the acceptor excitation spectrum. Due to the small Stokes shift of most organic fluorophores, excitation sources often directly excite acceptors to certain extent. Moreover, the emission spectra of traditional organic donors are usually asymmetric, tailing into the long wavelength spectrum. This usually coincides with the acceptor emission spectrum, causing donor bleed-through. In both cases, undesired signals in the acceptor channel increase the background noise and impair the sensitivity of FRET-based molecular sensing. In contrast, QDs have large "effective" Strokes shift and hence can be excited with a short-wavelength light source. These light sources, which are usually placed in the UV region, are far away from acceptor emission spectrum, thereby significantly minimizing direct acceptor excitation. Additionally, because the emission spectrum of QD is narrow and symmetric, it can be placed close to the acceptor excitation spectrum to ensure maximum spectral overlap meanwhile minimizing donor spectral bleed-through. On one hand, compared to FRET between two organic fluorophores, the FRET efficiency between the QD and the organic fluorophore is relatively low in a single-donor-single-acceptor construct due to the large size of the QDs which increases the distance between the donor and the acceptor []. On the other hand, QDs offer large surface area for molecular adsorption, allowing multiple acceptors to concentrate on their surface. The increased acceptor to donor ratio significantly enhances the FRET efficiency.

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