Univ. of Buffalo Researchers Create “Nanojuice” to Design New Imaging Technique for IBD

Univ. of Buffalo Researchers Create “Nanojuice” to Design New Imaging Technique for IBD
A new imaging technique to examine the small intestine is being developed by a research team from the University of Buffalo. The novel method is based on nanoparticles suspended in a liquid ingested by the patients — the “nano juice” — which is expected to allow physicians to identify, understand, and treat gastrointestinal diseases. The

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