NewsNew fluorescent nanovesicles for intracellular biomarker
detection

14th January 2022by admin0
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A new work by the Nanomol Group, belonging to the
CIBER-BBN network, together with a team from the University of Rome
Tor Vergata, presents new nanovesicles capable of crossing
biological barriers such as cell membranes, while maintaining their
sensing capacity, which makes them attractive probes for
intracellular detection of biomarkers.

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