Inga Kogan-Zviagin

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Accumulating evidences suggest that tumors are driven by a small population of cells, termed “cancer stem cells” (CSCs), which may be resistant to current therapeutic approaches. In breast carcinoma, the CSCs have been identified as a CD44+/CD24− cell population. These rare cells are able to grow as non-adherent sphere-like structures, termed(More)
There is increasing interest in the use of nanoparticle imaging probes for cancer diagnosis. However, various biological barriers limit the efficient delivery of nanoparticles to tumors following parenteral administration. We have investigated the applicability of a water-soluble polymeric imaging probe for improving the detection of gastrointestinal (GI)(More)
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