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December 15th, 2003

Quantum Dot Corporation Unveils Two Nanotechnology Products

Abstract:
Quantum Dot Corporation (QDC) announces two additions to its nanocrystal-based family of fluorescent labels: the Qtracker™ 655 Kit for loading Qdot™ nanocrystals into live cells and the Qdot 705 streptavidin conjugate for ultra-bright, near infra-red bio-detection. The Qtracker 655 Kit is the first in a new line of labeling reagents designed for introducing Qdot nanocrystal-based fluorochromes into live cells. QDC also introduces the Qdot 705 Streptavidin Conjugate, the brightest near-infrared fluorophore available by far.

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