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New Nanoparticle Could Provide Simple Early Diagnosis of Many Diseases


August 20, 2007

nanoparticle polymer made of peroxalate esters Georgia Tech and Emory University researchers have created a new nanoparticle that could someday act as a virtually all-purpose diagnostic tool to detect many inflammatory diseases in their earliest stages, including heart disease, Alzheimer's, heart disease and arthritis. Full Story

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