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The assembly of ruthenium-upconverting nanoparticle systems for cancer imaging and therapy

posted on 20.02.2017, 23:59 by Gazukin, Olga
This thesis examines the development of synthetic methods to attach anti-cancer agents onto the surface of nanoparticles. The established method has great future potential as it allows the incorporation of a wide variety of molecules and could ultimately lead to the development of more effective cancer therapeutic agents.


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Principal supervisor

Leone Spiccia

Additional supervisor 1

Bimbil Graham

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Faculty of Science