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LipoGlucoCEST - Novel Imaging Agents for GlucoCEST
Available For: Licensing<h2>Summary</h2>{{start}} GlucoCEST is a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technique that enables visualisation of natural, non-radioactive glucose that can be used in cancer diagnosis. However, this technique has limitations due to interactions with the body glucose sensing system. To solve this problem, research...
Published: 09/05/2017   |   Inventor(s): Xavier Golay, Alethea Tabor, Harriet Story, Eleni Demetriou, Helen Hailes, Robin Bofinger
Keywords(s): Cancer
Category(s): Diagnostic/Prognostic, Imaging - Medical
Lrg-1 antagonists: Direct effect upon cancer cells
Available for: Exclusive/Non-exclusive licensing<h2>Summary</h2>{{start}} The formation of new blood vessels by angiogenesis is a key feature of number of diseases including Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD), Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy (PDR), atherosclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and cancer. Vascular Endothelial Growth Fact...
Published: 29/10/2015   |   Inventor(s): Stephen Moss, Xiaomeng Wang, John Greenwood
Keywords(s): Cancer, Ophthalmology & Optometry
Category(s): Antibodies & Binding Agents, Therapeutic
Superior X-Ray Imaging for Early Detection of Breast Cancer
Available For: Licensing and co-development<h2>Summary</h2>{{start}} Professor Robert Speller and his team at University College London have developed a novel phase contrast x-ray technology with the potential for improved image quality and enhanced diagnostic potential when applied to mammography. This technology will provide earlier m...
Published: 27/01/2012   |   Inventor(s): Peter Munro, Alessandro Olivo, Konstantin Ignatyev, Robert Speller
Keywords(s): Cancer
Category(s): Imaging - Medical
Magnetic Hyperthermia Device for Healthcare and Industrial Applications
Available for: Licensing<h2>Summary</h2>{{start}} Exposure of magnetic nanoparticles to an alternating magnetic field results in localised heating which can kill cells in the immediate vicinity of the heated nanoparticles. This device may be useful for antimicrobial and cancer treatment or for numerous industrial applications. {{end}}&l...
Published: 01/03/2011   |   Inventor(s): Quentin Pankhurst, Paul Southern, Simon Hattersley
Keywords(s): Cancer, Healthcare & Research Services
Category(s): Medical Devices, Therapeutic
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