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Nanoscopic probes can track down and attack cancer cells

...loped probes that use gold nanorods or magnetic particles, but Irudayaraj's nanoprobes use both, making them easier to track with different imaging devices as the... can be delivered by the probes." Irudayaraj said better tracking of the nanoprobes could allow doctors to pinpoint the location of known tumors and better tre...

Hybrid Nanoparticles for Multimodal Medical Imaging

...hns Hopkins University, Roswell Park Cancer Institute and others. The nanoprobes are being developed for use with: -- Optical imaging techniques, espe...llows and graduate students who will focus on the development of multimodal nanoprobes for medical imaging. Source-Newswise...
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National Science Foundation grants Clemson professors award to develop nanoprobes

CLEMSON The National Science Foundation has granted two Clemson University professors $250,000 to research and develop nanofiber-based probes needles that are 10 times smaller in diameter than a human hair for medical diagnostics. The probes may save both money and time compared to more trad...

UC Davis researchers use heated nanoprobes to destroy breast cancer cells in mice

In experiments with laboratory mice that bear aggressive human breast cancers, UC Davis researchers have used hot nanoprobes to slow the growth of tumors -- without damage to surrounding healthy tissue. The researchers describe their work in the March issue of the Journal of Nuclear Medicine. "We...

'Smart' nanoprobes light up disease

Researchers from Rice University's Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology (CBEN) have developed a "smart" beacon hundreds of times smaller than a human cell that is programmed to light up only when activated by specific proteases. Altered expression of particular proteases is a comm...

NIH extends commitment to transformative research with 2008 Pioneer, New Innovator Awards

...Duan, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, who will develop a new generation of integrated nanoprobes for monitoring, mapping, and manipulating neural activities with unprecedented speed and sensitivity. Seth J. Field, M.D., Ph.D., University of Ca...

Astronomy technology brings nanoparticle probes into sharper focus

...t only for single-molecule imaging, but also for ultrasensitive medical diagnostics. Because scientists frequently use several different colors of nanoprobes to color code genes and proteins, a blended color dot is a common challenge when analyzing images. For every few green or red dots in an image, there ...
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ZINO Society Spurring Investments, 12 Life Sciences Companies to Vie for $50,000 ZINO Life Fund

... Science Officer Calcionics Chip Jacobs, President www.calcionics.com & CEO Carbon nanoprobes Brian Ruby, CEO www.cnprobes.com Clario Chris Wood, CEO www.clariomedical.com Clarity Health Services J...

Carbon Nanoprobes, Inc Announces Production Agreement With Leading MEMS Foundry

...Founder, Brian Ruby. CN Probes is well on its way to being one of the most respected nanotechnology companies in the world. Media Contact: Carbon nanoprobes 206-973-5588 ph/fx info @ cnprobes.com www.cnprobes.com ### Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2008/07/prweb1136164.htm...

Are nanobots on their way?

...mbly system is designed for real-time imaging of the nanomanipulation procedures using a scanning electron microscope," explains Gorman, "and multiple nanoprobes can be used to grasp nanostructures in a cooperative manner to enable complex assembly operations." Importantly, once the team has optimized their des...
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