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Carbon Nanotubes as Molecular Transporters and Carriers for Drug, Gene Therapy and Protein Delivery

Stanford researchers in Dr. Hongjie Dai's lab have developed a novel method for delivery of small molecules and proteins to cells. The method involves attaching the molecule to a single walled carbon nanotube (SWNT). The complex is applied to a cell in vi...
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High-Throughput Assay for IgE Inhibitors

Researchers in Prof. Ted Jardetzky's laboratory have developed a novel high throughput fluorescence-based assay to screen for small molecule drug candidates to treat allergic diseases. This is a simple "mix-and-read" assay in microplate format that uses ...
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