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Georgia Institute of Technology Research News
Caption: A field of human prostate cancer cells is shown after exposure to laser-activated carbon nanoparticles. The many green cells have taken up a model therapeutic compound, calcein, while the few red-stained cells are dead. Each of the green or red spots is a single cell.
Credit: Credit: Prerona Chakravarty
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