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AFM Cantilevers with integrated high-bandwidth force sensors

Stanford researchers in Electrical Engineering have developed a cantilever that incorporates a small resonator with reference fingers at the end of the cantilever to form a phase-sensitive diffraction grating. Under rapidly varying forces between the tip ...
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Cell and Gene Therapy for the Treatment of Various Autoimmune Diseases

Dr. Garry Fathmann and Anthony Slavin at Stanford have developed a novel method of treating and preventing autoimmune diseases by modulating the immune response to a particular antigen. Expression vectors encoding suppressive agents like IL-4 are deliver...
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