nanoparticles: Fullerenes make MRI imaging agent 40 times better

Fullerenes used to make better, more stable MRI imaging agent. Investigators from the National Cancer Institute’s Cancer Nanotechnology Platform Partnership at Virginia Commonwealth University have developed a new imaging agent that is 40 times more potent at boosting magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) signals than agents currently approved for human clinical use.

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