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Understanding Cancer Series: Nanodevices
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    Posted: 01/28/2005
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      Slide Number and Title
  1. What Is Nanotechnology?
  2. Nanotechnology Plays by Different Rules
  3. Designing Nanodevices for Use in the Body
  4. Manufacturing Nanodevices
  5. Nanodevices Are Small Enough to Enter Cells
  6. Nanodevices Can Improve Cancer Detection and Diagnosis
  7. Nanodevices Can Improve Sensitivity
  8. Nanodevices Can Preserve Patients' Samples
  9. Nanodevices Can Make Cancer Tests Faster and More Efficient
  10. Cantilevers Can Make Cancer Tests Faster and More Efficient
  11. Nanopores
  1. Nanotubes - Marking Mutations
  2. Nanotubes - Mapping Mutations
  3. Quantum Dots
  4. Quantum Dots Can Find Cancer Signatures
  5. Improving Cancer Treatment
  6. Nanoshells
  7. Nanoshells as Cancer Therapy
  8. Nanodevices as a Link Between Detection, Diagnosis, and Treatment
  9. Dendrimers
  10. Dendrimers as Cancer Therapy
  11. Nanotechnologies in Patient Care

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