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A method to sort cells on the basis of radionuclide uptake

Dr. Guillem Pratx and colleagues have developed a high-throughput single cell scintillation counting system that can sort cells on the basis of uptake of a small radiolabeled molecule. Flow cytometry is a widely used method for molecular analysis of larg...
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Strong and stable doping of carbon nanotubes and graphene by MoOx for transparent electrodes

Stanford researchers have developed and tested a new method of stably and strongly doping CNTs and graphene using MoOx as a nontoxic, inexpensive, vacuum or solution deposited alternative to strong liquid acids. Carbon nanotube (CNT) networks and graphene...
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