GE, NCI partner on nanoparticle-based imaging research

GE Global Research, a subsidiary of GE Healthcare, has entered into a two-year deal with the National Cancer Institute to develop nanoparticle-based imaging agents. The nanoparticle imaging agents are meant to increase the resolution and sensitivity of imaging devices to allow for earlier detection, monitoring and management of diseases, GE said.

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