Nanoparticle surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy as a tool to monitor hematological malignancy

Video Journal of Biomedicine | Animated Videos
Video Journal of Biomedicine (2022) doi: 10.2217/vjbm-2022-0007

An article published in Nanomedicine shows the potential for a novel tool to examine the ‘chemical fingerprints’ (Raman spectroscopic profiling) of a cancer patient’s blood, enhanced by gold nanoparticles with a double-referenced machine learning algorithm. This tool hopes to optimize finding clinically important features in the chemical fingerprint, helping patients live more confidently with cancer or in cancer recovery.

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Original article:

Nanoparticle surface-enhanced Ramen spectroscopy as a noninvasive, label-free tool to monitor hematological malignancy.

Stacy Grieve, Nagaprasad Puvvada, Angkoon Phinyomark et al.

Nanomedicine 16(24) (2021) DOI: 10.2217/nnm-2021-0076