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April 20th, 2006

Heart Devices Donít Like MRIs

Abstract:
One company looking to make biomedical devices compatible with MRIs is Biophan Technologies, which is ... using technologies based on advances in nanotechnology and thin film coatings. Biophan also holds joint development and licensing agreements with NASAís Ames Center for Nanotechnology.

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