Oncology Technique

Nanotechnology provides high sensitivity, specificity, and multiplexed measurement capacity and has therefore been investigated for the detection of extracellular cancer biomarkers and cancer cells, as well as for in vivo imaging. The detection of cancer in the early stage has been hindered by the intrinsic limits of conventional cancer diagnostic methods. Nanomaterial has several characteristics that are ideal for oncology applications, including preferential accumulation in tumors, low distribution in normal tissues, biodistribution, pharmacokinetics, and clearance, that differ from those of small molecules. Nanomaterials have been used in many different areas of radiation oncology for imaging and treatment planning, as well as for radio sensitization to improve the therapeutic ratio.

  • Detectors
  • Imagings
  • Biomarkers

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