What is it about?
Advances in the production of nanoparticles with tailored characteristics are said to offer a wide range of applications in oncological illness diagnosis and therapy using optical and multimodal imaging. Engineered fluorescent nanoparticles offer significant potential for high contrast images and targeted therapeutic applications among several nanoparticle-assisted imaging approaches.
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Why is it important?
Gold nanoparticles, carbon dots, and upconversion nanoparticles have lately emerged as the most promising prospects for cancer diagnosis, therapy, and monitoring out of all the fluorescent nanoparticles available.
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This page is a summary of: Subcellular imaging and diagnosis of cancer using engineered nanoparticles, Current Pharmaceutical Design, May 2021, Bentham Science Publishers, DOI: 10.2174/1381612827666210525154131.
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