admin | Mar 28, 2009 | Comments 10
Using gold nanoparticles to target EGFR on cancer cells for easy detection …
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Filed Under: Featured • Nanotechnology
Tags: 3D • animation • medical • nanoparticles • scientific
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wow, who is the … wow, who is the genius who created this masterpiece? Katy Impala, I’m going to go looking for her. she is so hired at my animation firm.
very well, can you … very well, can you send this animation to me?
“…an antibody for … “…an antibody for EGFR, named anti-EGFR…” That’s kinda… uncreative…
Very nice animation, and a very clever method too.
Awesome job, and to … Awesome job, and to hedgehogs they did not come up with the name anti-egrf, it is just a receptor to bind on the cancer cells
Awesome job, … Awesome job, totally made that clear for me lovely job
Great video, thank … Great video, thank you for puting it up. Perhaps you would like to visit my channel and watch my dermal display animation, I made with the author of Nanomedicine. Hope you like it.
Well done animation. Well done animation.
Can I use … Hi Katy!
Can I use your video to show it in a class???
Awesome! Sounds a … Awesome! Sounds a million times better than chemotherapy!
very good animation … very good animation.
also by irradiating the body the gold nanoparticles can be superheated, killing whatever cells are nearby – the cancer cells.
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