Browsing Duke Scholarly Works by Subject "nanoparticles"

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  • Liu, Y; Ashton, JR; Moding, EJ; Yuan, H; Register, JK; Fales, AM; Choi, J; Whitley, MJ; Zhao, X; Qi, Y; Ma, Y; Vaidyanathan, G; Zalutsky, MR; Kirsch, DG; Badea, CT; Vo-Dinh, T (2015)
    Nanomedicine has attracted increasing attention in recent years, because it offers great promise to provide personalized diagnostics and therapy with improved treatment efficacy and specificity. In this study, we developed ...
  • Vogel, R; Coumans, FA; Maltesen, RG; Böing, AN; Bonnington, KE; Broekman, ML; Broom, MF; Buzás, EI; Christiansen, G; Hajji, N; Kristensen, SR; Kuehn, MJ; Lund, SM; Maas, SL; Nieuwland, R; Osteikoetxea, X; Schnoor, R; Scicluna, BJ; Shambrook, M; de Vrij, J; Mann, SI; Hill, AF; Pedersen, S (2016)
    BACKGROUND: Understanding the pathogenic role of extracellular vesicles (EVs) in disease and their potential diagnostic and therapeutic utility is extremely reliant on in-depth quantification, measurement and identification ...
  • Ashton, JR; West, JL; Badea, CT (2015)
    Computed tomography (CT) is one of the most valuable modalities for in vivo imaging because it is fast, high-resolution, cost-effective, and non-invasive. Moreover, CT is heavily used not only in the clinic (for both ...
  • McKinley, Scott A. (JOURNAL RHEOLOGY AMER INST PHYSICS, 2009)
    This paper is motivated by experiments in which time series of tracer particles in viscoelastic liquids are recorded using advanced microscopy. The experiments seek to infer either viscoelastic properties of the sample ...