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Single-core Or Multi-core? A Mini Review on Magnetic Nanoparticles for Magnetic Particle Spectroscopy-based Bioassays

  title={Single-core Or Multi-core? A Mini Review on Magnetic Nanoparticles for Magnetic Particle Spectroscopy-based Bioassays},
  author={Kai Wu and Jinming Liu and Diqing Su and Renata Saha and Vinit Kumar Chugh and Jianping Wang},
  journal={arXiv: Applied Physics},
Magnetic particle spectroscopy (MPS) is a technology that derives from magnetic particle imaging (MPI) and thrives as a standalone platform for many biological and biomedical applications, benefiting from the facile preparation and chemical modification of magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs). In recent years, MPS has been reported in extensive literatures as a versatile platform for different bioassay purposes using artificially designed MNPs, where the MNPs serve as magnetic tracers, the surface… 

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