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nan·o·par·ti·cle

 (năn′ō-pär′tĭ-kəl)
n.
Any of various microscopic particles, especially a single molecule such as a buckminsterfullerene, with dimensions in the nanometer range.

nanoparticle

(ˈnænəʊˌpɑːtɪkəl)
n
(General Physics) a particle with dimensions less than 100 nanometres
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Building upon current state-of-the-art systems involving enzymes attached to dye-sensitized titanium dioxide nanoparticulates, herein we propose the use of one-dimensional titanium dioxide nanostructures.
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The development of a cancer therapy monitoring/ diagnostic platform device is intended to provide near real time monitoring of patient blood for cancer cells, cell derived nanoparticulates (such as high molecular weight DNA fragments), and also carry out subsequent cancer related genotyping, gene expression, and immunochemical analysis.
The system contains filter hardware, onboard doser and an electronic control unit (ECU) and is designed to provide an efficient filtration of ultrafine nanoparticulates of up to 99%.
The development of a cancer-therapy monitoring/diagnostic-platform device is intended to provide near real-time monitoring of patient blood for cancer cells and cell-derived nanoparticulates (such as high-molecular-weight DNA fragments), and also carry out subsequent cancer-related genotyping, gene expression, and immunochemical analysis.
Indeed, there's already talk of requiring even cleaner burning engines in 2010 to curb so-called nanoparticulates, tiny pieces of matter that are much smaller than the particles that must be removed from truck exhaust emissions under current standards.
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This special edition reports on some of the interdisciplinary work carried out by the European Union Framework Programme 6 integrated Project NACBO to synthesise, characterise and apply new and improved nanoparticulates and chemistries in those contexts.