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To develop a novel peptide probe for imaging detection of colorectal cancer, a 12-mer phage display library was used to select peptides that bind specifically to the human colorectal cancer cell line Caco-2. After four rounds of panning, four phage clones that bound specifically to the Caco-2 cells were selected. The phage clone SP-2 had a particularly high(More)
monolayer, [ 27 ] further pushing the band gap of layered materials to the middle-wavelength infrared regime (MWIR, 0.3 eV corresponds to a wavelength of 4.13 µm). Therefore, a broad spectral range has now been covered by the above-mentioned layered materials. Nevertheless, there is a technologically important wavelength range, the long-wavelength infrared(More)
Peptides selected from phage display have great potential to become probes for the imaging detection of the cancer. To develop the peptide probe for diagnosis of GC, a 12-mer phage display library was used to select peptides that bind specifically to the human GC cell line SGC-7901. After four rounds of in vitro selection, five phage clones that bound(More)
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