A team have combined “lab-on-paper” technology with SERS to provide a label-free, ultrasensitive and powerful tool for the detection of specific molecules.
A team in Hong Kong has developed a new method for detecting the lethal bird flu virus quickly, using a class of materials called upconversion nanoparticles.
Three-dimensional optoacoustic tomography enables quantitative measurements of nanoparticle concentrations to evaluate their biodistributions in animal models.
A smart nanomedicine that combines a pH-activated ratiometric probe with a therapeutic gold nanocage for combined cancer diagnostics and treatment.
A new class of iron oxide nanocarrier activates the immune system and serves as a contrast agent for multiple imaging techniques.
Employing s-SHG and s-CRD spectroscopy, German scientists shed light on silver cluster as small as tens of atoms.
Dr. Xian-Zheng Zhang and co-workers have fabricated a biodegradable chimeric peptide for cancer therapy and real-time apoptosis imaging.
North American researchers have prepared luminescent core-shell nanoparticles from non-toxic silicon for use in biomedical imaging.
Xuesi Chen and co-workers from the Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry explore the potential of combining chemotherapy with antiangiogenic therapy.
A research team have reported a novel and versatile strategy to assemble inorganic NPs into sub-50 nm vesicles.