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  • adjective Of or pertaining to nanomagnetism.

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  • Holds intellectual property in nanotube drug delivery, guided drug delivery and nanomagnetic drug-eluting devices.

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  • The microdiscs are an example of a nanomagnetic material and can be used to probe cell mechanics and activate mechanosensitive ion channels, as well as to advance cancer therapies.

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  • The microdiscs are an example of a nanomagnetic material and can be used to probe cell mechanics and activate mechanosensitive ion channels, as well as to advance cancer therapies.

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  • Induced optical anisotropy by nanomagnetic particles in nanofluids

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  • Georgia Tech researchers theorized that nanomagnetic techniques could be used to keep cancer from spreading and to supplement cancer surgery, chemotherapy, and other therapeutic cancer treatments.

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  • In light of recent European Union moves to limit high-field exposure for those working with MRI scanners, we have evaluated the potential for detrimental cellular effects via nanomagnetic actuation of endogenous iron oxides in the body.

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  • Georgia Tech researchers theorized that nanomagnetic techniques could be used to keep cancer from spreading and to supplement cancer surgery, chemotherapy, and other therapeutic cancer treatments.

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  • Results show that, even at 9.4 Tesla, forces on these particles are unlikely to disrupt normal cellular function via nanomagnetic actuation.

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  • In light of recent European Union moves to limit high-field exposure for those working with MRI scanners, we have evaluated the potential for detrimental cellular effects via nanomagnetic actuation of endogenous iron oxides in the body.

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  • "Thanks to the center's collaborative research environment, we have researchers with diverse expertise studying critical questions that must be answered to harness the potential of nanomagnetic materials," said Prem Paul, UNL vice chancellor for research and economic development.

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