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Figure 1: Different types of nanoparticles (NPs). Graphical representation of the most commonly used NPs for biomedical applications. NPs are typically by a size measuring not more than 100 nm and have significant potential for delivering drugs across the blood-brain barrier. The size of quantum dots is usually less than 10 nm.