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2012-11-12 12:31:52

System combining nanotechnology and NMR detects particles shed by brain tumors in bloodstream A novel miniature diagnostic platform using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) technology is capable of detecting minuscule cell particles known as microvesicles in a drop of blood. Microvesicles shed by cancer cells are even more numerous than those released by normal cells, so detecting them could prove a simple means for diagnosing cancer. In a study published in Nature Medicine, investigators at...

2008-12-01 08:30:00

DR. RALPH WEISSLEDER HONORED FOR CAREER OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY IN MOLECULAR IMAGING BEDFORD, Mass., Dec. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The Radiologic Society of North America (RSNA) honored Ralph Weissleder, MD, PhD, with its "Outstanding Researcher of The Year" Award, recognition afforded annually to one scientist who has made original significant contributions to the field of radiology throughout a career of research. Dr. Weissleder is Professor at Harvard Medical School, as well as Director of both...


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