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July 4th, 2016

Tracking Down Cancer with Nanoparticles

Abstract:
In vivo nanoparticles that can be injected into the body for real-time monitoring of cancer cell metastasis or movement of drugs have been developed by researchers in Korea.

On Monday, July 4, Dr. Hong Kwan-su and Dr. Park Hye-sun from the Korea Basic Science Institute and Dr. Seo Yeong-duk and Dr. Nam Sang-hwan from the Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology announced that they have jointly developed high-sensitive imaging technology that can track down ‘upconversion nanoparticles’, which can be detected with near-infrared imaging technology.

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