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Nanotechnology: Emerging Developments and Early Dectection of Cancer

Published

Author(s)

S J. Zullo, S Srivastava, J P. Looney, Peter E. Barker

Abstract

A recent meeting jointly sponsored by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) brought together researchers active in nanotechnology and cancer molecular biology to discuss and evaluate the interface between disciplines. Emerging areas where nanotechnologies may impact cancer prevention and early cancer detection were elaborated by key researchers who catalyzed interdisciplinary dialogue aimed at fostering cross-discipline communications and future collaboration.
Citation
Disease Markers
Volume
ume 18

Keywords

biomarker, cancer detection, high throughput, microarray, mitochondria, nanotechnology

Citation

Zullo, S. , Srivastava, S. , Looney, J. and Barker, P. (2002), Nanotechnology: Emerging Developments and Early Dectection of Cancer, Disease Markers (Accessed February 23, 2024)
Created December 31, 2001, Updated October 12, 2021