Scientists use nanoparticles to improve disease biomarker imaging

09/2/2009 | SpectroscopyNow.com (U.K.)

U.S. researchers used nanoparticles to improve signals created through surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy. The technique allows for simultaneous imaging of multiple biomarkers for a specific disease in the tissues of a live animal, the researchers said. The finding could help improve disease diagnostics, biomedical research and cancer therapy.

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