Tumoral angiogenesis imaged and traited by radioactive nanoclusters

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Conventional treatment for non small cell lung cancer consists of systemic chemotherapy, aimed to diminish the symptoms, increase quality of life and prolong survival. This treatment is only palliative. In order to target more specifically tumoral cells, new treatments are developed taking into account the abnormal biochemical and molecular pathways typical of lung cancer cells.
Effective start/end date1/03/0631/08/11



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Transmission electron microscopy of unstained hybrid Au nanoparticles capped with PPAA (plasma-poly-allylamine): Structure and electron irradiation effects

Gontarda, L. C., Fernández, A., Dunin-Borkowski, R. E. & Lucas, S., 1 Dec 2014, In : Micron. 67, p. 1-9

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Antibody-functionalized polymer-coated gold nanoparticles targeting cancer cells: an in vitro and in vivo study

Marega, R., Karmani, L., Flamant, L., Nageswaran, P. G., Valembois, V., Masereel, B., Feron, O., Vander Borght, T., Lucas, S., Michiels, C., Gallez, B. & Bonifazi, D., 2012, In : Journal of Materials Chemistry. 22, 39, p. 21305-21312 8 p.

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