Nanosensor tracks cancer toxins, drugs in living cells

12/14/2008 | Yahoo!

U.S. researchers designed a sensor comprising DNA-coated carbon nanotubes that can help pinpoint particular molecules by emitting a fluorescent light detectable under near-infrared light. The device can be used to identify cancer-inducing agents and track drugs within a single cell, one of the scientists said.

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