Nanoparticles Cross Blood-brain Barrier To Enable 'Brain Tumor Painting'

Tuesday, August 4, 2009 - 08:28 in Biology & Nature

Fluorescent nanoparticles are able to illuminate brain tumors in mice. The particles can safely cross the blood-brain barrier, an almost impenetrable barrier that protects the brain from infection.

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