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Stealth Ninja Nanoparticle Increases Uptake Of Imaging Agents And Drugs

This article was originally published in Start Up

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Researchers have devised a tiny synthetic peptide that signals macrophages scavenging for foreign invaders in the body to ignore it and move on. The molecule can be attached to imaging agents, drugs, and biologics, increasing their uptake by shielding them from attack by the immune system.

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