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Cancer-Frying Nanoparticles Destroy Tumors

News   Jun 27, 2018 | Original story from University at Buffalo

 
Cancer-Frying Nanoparticles Destroy Tumors

A transmission electron microscope image of zinc ferrite nanoparticles with an average diameter of 22 nanometers. This type of nanoparticle possesses high heating performance at very low magnetic fields suitable for clinical use, researchers say. Credit: Xiang Yu

 
 
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