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New Technique can be Used to Directly Image Atherosclerotic Plaques
News Source: News Medical Life Sciences, August 9, 2021
Plaque can be directly imaged through the use of immune cell-selective nanomaterial technology.
Spotting and Hearing Heart Attacks Before they Strike
News Source: Medical XPress, August 9, 2021
Ultrasound emitted by nanoparticles is used to image regions where atherosclerotic plaque is present through photoacoustic imaging.
Advancing Trojan Horse Therapies
News Source: MSU College of Engineering/MSU Today, January 12, 2021
Through the use of nanoparticles, immune cells are stimulated in the body which remove dying cellular debris and reduce atherosclerotic plaque.
A First in Nanoparticle Techniques
News Source: MSU College of Engineering/MSU Today, April 29, 2020
Nanoparticles used in imaging allow for a deeper understanding of the mechanical properties of cells within living subjects.
Research in Nature Nanotechnology
News Source: MSU College of Engineering/MSU Today, January 27, 2020
Nanoparticles enable the stimulation of plaque removal within mice.
Improving Chemotherapy Delivery
News Source: MSU College of Engineering/MSU Today, September 25, 2019
A new method for ensuring appropriate chemotherapy dosage has been developed that allows for greater control and monitoring of drug delivery using novel imaging technology.
News Source: MSU College of Engineering/MSU Today, October 29, 2018
Research into the physics and mathematics of nanoparticle and drug delivery shows the effects of delivery vehicle shape on trafficking to disease sites.