NEW YORK (360Dx) – Researchers at Rutgers University and Singapore University of Technology and Design are working together to develop a diagnostic technique that obtains shortwave infrared signals that identify and trace the evolution of cancer cells inside the body.

The technique uses nanoparticles, or inks, tagged with antibodies, peptides, or drug molecules that have an affinity for cancer cells.

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