Kegan S Sunderland

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Both lytic and temperate bacteriophages (phages) can be applied in nanomedicine, in particular, as nanoprobes for precise disease diagnosis and nanotherapeutics for targeted disease treatment. Since phages are bacteria-specific viruses, they do not naturally infect eukaryotic cells and are not toxic to them. They can be genetically engineered to target(More)
Novel affinity agents with high specificity are needed to make progress in disease diagnosis and therapy. Over the last several years, peptides have been considered to have fundamental benefits over other affinity agents, such as antibodies, due to their fast blood clearance, low immunogenicity, rapid tissue penetration, and reproducible chemical synthesis.(More)
Calibration of an imported strontium-90 ophthalmic applicator at the U.S. National Bureau of Standards (now the National Institute of Standards and Technology) has disclose a significant discrepancy in dose rate calibration (32%-35%) with that quoted by the manufacturer. The University of Wisconsin has investigated this discrepancy and found that both(More)
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