Sep 19, 2023

Light-Triggered Particles Deliver Photoimmunotherapy for Cancer

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More noninvasive cancer treatments are being made:

A research group from Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) developed light-activatable, liquid metal (LM) nanoparticles for cancer diagnosis and treatment via photoimmunotherapy. The LM nanoparticles can target and destroy cancer cells and can be fluorescently tagged to function as reporters to identify and eliminate tumors in vivo.

Gallium (Ga)-based LM nanoparticles are promising nanoscale materials for biomedical applications due to their physicochemical properties, including flexibility, easy surface modification, efficient photothermal conversion, and high biocompatibility.


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  1. Barb Dennise says:

    Maybe this could be used to eliminate the turbo cancers from the Covid vaccines? Many issues. Are you ready to try this on these turbo tumors? Could be a great cure!

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