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February 23rd, 2005

Discovery adds to trend toward nanotechnology

Abstract:
Imagine if doctors could spot rogue cells in your body not just in their pre-cancerous stage but way before that.

MSU researchers have found a way to do that, by detecting a sort of biological flag that cells wave when they turn sour.

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Lansing State Journal

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