A biomagnetic system for in vivo cancer imaging.

@article{Rashid2005ABS,
  title={A biomagnetic system for in vivo cancer imaging.},
  author={Lubna Haroon Rashid and Howard C. Bryant},
  journal={Physics in medicine and biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={50 6},
  pages={
          1273-93
        }
}
An array of highly sensitive biomagnetic sensors of the superconducting quantum interference detector (SQUID) type can identify disease in vivo by detecting and imaging microscopic amounts of nanoparticles. We describe in detail procedures and parameters necessary for implementation of in vivo detection through the use of antibody-labelled magnetic nanoparticles as well as methods of determining magnetic nanoparticle properties. We discuss the weak field magnetic sensor SQUID system, the method… CONTINUE READING
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