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[Originally published June 28 2005]

Prof. Sang Bok Lee (Chem) uses template synthesis to create highly controlled nanotubes which can be functionalized magnetically and biologically, leading to potential applications for diagnostic imaging, localization, and drug delivery. This work was highlighted in the July 2005 issue of Nature Methods. The work was also profiled in Nanobiotech News.



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