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000211812 245__ $$aMagnetic, paramagnetic and/or superparamagnetic nanoparticles
000211812 260__ $$c2009
000211812 269__ $$a2009
000211812 336__ $$aPatents
000211812 500__ $$aInternational application number PCT/IB2007/05469
000211812 520__ $$aThe present invention relates to nanoparticles having a mean diameter of < 500nm and comprising, at their surface, a selected material. The nanoparticles are taken up by cells under physiological conditions and can be used to isolate interaction partners of the selected material within the cells. The present invention provides important advantages in that it opens up new ways of identifying cellular components and of delivering a substance of interest specifically to a selected cell compartment. The nanoparticles are also useful as a tool of diagnosis and for the constitution of chemical libraries.
000211812 700__ $$0240407$$aSteitz, Benedikt$$g160790
000211812 700__ $$0241047$$aPetri-Fink, Alke$$g136548
000211812 700__ $$aSalaklang, Jatuporn
000211812 700__ $$aFinka, Andrija
000211812 700__ $$0240408$$aHofmann, Heinrich$$g105410
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