Novel gold nanoparticle technology could guide cancer treatment in real-time
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  April 24, 2018  
  Nanomedicine  
  The latest nanomedicine news from News Medical  
 Novel gold nanoparticle technology could guide cancer treatment in real-timeNovel gold nanoparticle technology could guide cancer treatment in real-time
 
A new blood test using gold nanoparticles could soon give oncologists an early and more accurate prognosis of how cancer treatment is progressing and help guide the on-going therapy of patients.
 
   Silver Nanoparticles and HIVSilver Nanoparticles and HIV
 
Nanoparticles are gaining increasing importance in the biological sciences as sensors, labels for cells and molecules, and in therapeutics. Silver nanoparticles are of particular interest due to their special properties.
 
   Nanotechnology-based treatment approach shown to be effective in mouse models of lung cancerNanotechnology-based treatment approach shown to be effective in mouse models of lung cancer
 
The most common type of lung cancer, non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), continues to be difficult to treat, with five year survival rates of about 36 percent for stage 3A tumors.
 
 What are Nanoparticles?
 
What are Nanoparticles?In terms of diameter, fine particles cover a range between 100 and 2500 nanometers, while ultrafine particles are sized between 1 and 100 nanometers. Nanoparticles may or may not exhibit size-related properties that are seen in fine particles.
 
 
 Researchers review potential of targeted nanocarriers to revolutionize cancer care
 
Researchers review potential of targeted nanocarriers to revolutionize cancer careA new Tel Aviv University study addresses the challenges of nanoparticle-based cancer-targeting strategies. It also suggests ways of refocusing the collaborative work of cancer researchers and clinicians to move the field forward from "the bench" to the patients.
 
 
 Researchers unlock new way to use cell's nanostructures as disease biomarkers
 
Researchers unlock new way to use cell's nanostructures as disease biomarkersResearchers at the University of Sydney have established a method to identify individual nanoparticles released by human cells, opening the way for them to become diagnostic tools in the early-detection of cancers, dementia and kidney disease.
 
 
 Advanced flow chemistry modules enhance control of nanoprecipitation
 
Advanced flow chemistry modules enhance control of nanoprecipitationSyrris, a world leader in chemistry product innovation, continues to support pioneering research into nanoparticle drug encapsulation, thanks to its award-winning Asia range of advanced flow chemistry modules.