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Satyarthi, P.; Ghosh, S.; Wang, Y.; Zhou, S.; Kumar, P.; Kanjilal, D. and others

Probing defect driven tunable spontaneous …

Journal of Alloys and Compounds 649(2015), 891-898

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Molecular Spies to Fight Cancer

Molecular Spies to Fight Cancer

Scientists at the HZDR, in cooperation with colleagues at the University of Zurich and the Ruhr-Universität Bochum, have for the first time successfully tested a new tumor diagnosis method under near-real conditions. The new method first sends out an antibody as a "spy" to detect the diseased cells and then binds to them. This antibody in turn attracts a subsequently administered radioactively labeled probe. The scientists could then clearly visualize the tumor by utilizing a tomographic method. This procedure could improve cancer treatment in the future by using internal radiation. More

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Eine HZDR-Mitarbeiterin an der Handschuhbox; die Boxen sind ein typisches Instrument für Arbeiten in der Radiochemie. Sie schützen die Mitarbeiter und schirmen die Proben gleichzeitig vor Einflüssen aus der Umgebung ab. (HZDR/Oliver Killig)

Energy
How can energy and resources be utilized in an efficient, safe, and sustainable way?

Health
How can malignant tumors be more precisely visualized, characterized, and more effectively treated?

Matter
How do matter and materials behave under the influence of strong fields and in smallest dimensions?