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Nanoparticle Imaging & Theranostics

Nanoparticle Imaging & Theranostics

A distinct advantage of choosing magnetic nanoparticles is the transparency of tissue to magnetic fields permitting detection, localization, manipulation and thermal activation of nanoparticles within the body. There are many potential diagnostic and therapy applications such as study of cell biophysics, novel bio-assays and bio-forensics, drug delivery, detection and removal

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Biomagnetic Imaging and Nanomedicine Laboratory

Biomagnetic Imaging and Nanomedicine Laboratory

The Biomagnetic Imaging and Nanomedicine Laboratory is headed by Professor Audrius Brazdeikis. Mission: the main focus of this Laboratory is to develop and investigate the use of Superconducting QUantum Interference Device (SQUID)-based sensors for new emerging biomedical imaging applications and diagnostic applications. Instrumentation: Laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art SQUID instrumentation

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