small particles - large contrast
Nanoparticles uniquely visible in echo, MRI, CT, and fluorescence for faster, lower cost trials with increased visibility and accuracy
Reduce Time & Cost of Your Scientifc Trials
A single dose is effective across 2 or more scanning types, increasing efficiency and decreasing waste where more than one type of scan is required
Works at the cellular, tissue, and organ level & has the potential for therapeutic interventions, for example by acting as a means of targeted drug delivery.
Capable of flagging a particular pathology or tissue type, as opposed to other contrast agents that are more general and act throughout the whole body
How Does It Work?
Based on nanoparticle technology, our distinctive engineered platform has been used in a variety of biomedical applications. In cancer, NanoMedtrix material has been designed to target solid tumors such as: bladder, colorectal and neural tumors. The same nano-compounds are adjustable to provide valuable information on the disease process of multitude illnesses.
Our products are simple and easy-to-use, combining fluorescence, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or computer tomography (CT) with Ultrasound Imaging (UI) signaling capability. This allows for visual seamless validation from in vitro specimens to transplants in vivo. In other applications, the customizable compounds are engineered to tag tumors of cells of interest, real time. Furthermore, the incorporated ultrasound properties confer a rapid image-guided option for precision delivery of the particles.
Our products are currently approved for preclinical trials.
To enhance whole live animal studies, we have performed extensive characterization of our products and toxicology evaluation. Our long term vision is to provide our products to physicians for clinical applications.
Dr. Joe Assouline | Founder & Chief Science Officer
Decades of innovative biomedical research in nanomaterials and regenerative medicine
Based on nanoparticle technology, this distinctive engineered platform has been used in a variety of biomedical applications. In cancer, NanoMedTrix material has been designed to target solid tumors such as: bladder, colorectal and neural tumors. The same nano-compounds are adjustable to provide valuable information on the disease process of a multitude of illnesses.
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