Viral protein-coating of magnetic nanoparticles using simian virus 40 VP1.

@article{Enomoto2013ViralPO,
  title={Viral protein-coating of magnetic nanoparticles using simian virus 40 VP1.},
  author={Teruya Enomoto and Masaaki Kawano and Hajime Fukuda and Wataru Sawada and Takamasa Inoue and Kok Chee Haw and Yoshinori Kita and Satoshi Sakamoto and Yuki Yamaguchi and Takeshi Imai and Mamoru Hatakeyama and Shigeyoshi Saito and Adarsh Sandhu and Masanori Matsui and Ichio Aoki and Hiroshi Handa},
  journal={Journal of biotechnology},
  year={2013},
  volume={167 1},
  pages={8-15}
}
Artificial beads including magnetite and fluorescence particles are useful to visualize pathologic tissue, such as cancers, from harmless types by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or fluorescence imaging. Desirable properties of diagnostic materials include high dispersion in body fluids, and the ability to target specific tissues. Here we report on the development of novel magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) intended for use as diagnosis and therapy that are coated with viral capsid protein VP1… CONTINUE READING
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