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 New MRI Contrast Agent

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Date posted: 17/01/2009

Kristina Djanashvili, a postdoc at Delft University of Technology in Holland, has developed a new contrast agent for imaging tumors under magnetic resonance. The new substance promises better targeting and can be embedded into thermosensitive liposomes, which are carrier particles that can release their cargo when heat is applied.

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