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Nanoparticle-based Emulsifier for Droplet Microfluidics

Researchers at Stanford and the University of Alberta have developed fluorinated amphiphilic nanoparticles that can be used to create low-cost, stable, bio-compatible droplets for microfluidics-based digital PCR or other high-throughput screening applicat...
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Mitochondria Targeted Molecules as Theranostic Agents

Dr. Zhen Cheng at Stanford has developed F16-TPP coupled compounds for mitochondria targeted imaging and cancer treatment. Mitochondria play significant roles in a variety of cell processes from cell life to death. Mitochondrial dysfunction is involved ...
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