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a study from researchers led by the Baylor College of Medicine develops a new approach dubbed AI-based nano-radiomics capable of assessing changes in the TME that cannot be detected using conventional imaging methods. The team states their new technique is a major step towards noninvasive imaging methods for the overall evaluation of cancer immunotherapies designed to debilitate the TME.

New AI-based nano-radiomics successfully analyze the tumor microenvironment.

A disease capable of decimating and killing those affected, cancer involves cells in a specific part of the body growing and reproducing uncontrollably in a process known as proliferation. In … Continue Reading New AI-based nano-radiomics successfully analyze the tumor microenvironment.

New ‘nanoneedles’ puncture cell membrane to release payload on command.

Synthetic biology uses natural molecules and assembles them into a system that acts unnaturally.  The ability to control the transfer of molecules through cellular membranes is an important function in … Continue Reading New ‘nanoneedles’ puncture cell membrane to release payload on command.

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