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November 21st, 2007

Korean Researchers Developed Nanocomplex for Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

Abstract:
The Korean researchers developed multi-functional nanocomplex, which prevent the growth of cancer cell and destroy cancer cell, while enabling the video tracking, for the first time in Korea.

Professor Seung-ju Ham of Chemical Engineering, Professor Jin-seok Seo and Yong-min Huh of Medical School Radiology, Yonsei University, announced that they developed the multi-functional nanocomplex by combining the antibody and the anti-cancer medicine with magnetic nanomaterials. The Yonsei University confirmed the effect of the complex in preventing cancer cell from growing in the animal test.

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