MIPS Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford

2015 MIPS News

MIPS Research Uses Tumor-activatable Minicircles for Early Detection of Cancer

Concept illustration of tumor-activatable minicircles
March 2, 2015

New work from the Gambhir Lab published in PNAS uses a unique strategy to force tumor cells (if they exist) to produce a blood biomarker that would otherwise not be present. This approach holds significant promise as a new way to tackle the early detection of cancer because it is not dependent on molecules that cancer cells naturally shed that enter the blood.

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MIPS Research Featured as the Inside Cover in the Advanced Materials

Inside Cover of Advanced Materials, 2015;27(5).
February 4, 2015
The paper entitled "Perylene-Diimide-Based Nanoparticles as Highly Efficient Photoacoustic Agents for Deep Brain Tumor Imaging in Living Mice," by Quli Fan, PhD, et al. from the Cancer Molecular Imaging Chemistry Lab was highlighted by Advanced Materials as the Inside Cover.

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