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The technology behind the NanoInk Imaging System is the subject of many peer-reviewed publications, and has been supported by competitively awarded grants from both the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation.

Kantamneni et al. "Engineering Precision Surveillance Nanotechnology for Multi-Organ Cancer Metastases In Vivo" Nature Biomedical Engineering 2017; 1:993-1003. PMCID:PMC5844578

Zevon et al. "CXCR-4 Targeted, Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) Emitting Nanoprobes for Enhanced Deep Tissue Imaging and Micrometastatic Cancer Lesion Detection" Small 2015; 11: 6347-57. PMCID: PMC4763715

Naczynski et al. "Rare Earth Nanoprobes for Functional Biomolecular Imaging and Theranostics" J. Materials Chemistry B. 2014; 2: 2958-73

Naczynski et al. "Rare earth doped biologic composites as shortwave infrared reporters in vivo" Nature Communications 2013; July 19; 4: 2199. doi: 10.1038/ncomms3199 PMCID: PMC3736359

Cui et al. "Multifunctional Albumin Nanocarriers for Co-Operative, Intratumoral Delivery" Advanced Healthcare Materials 2013; 2(9):1236-45.

Naczynski et al. "Albumin Nanoshell Encapsulation of Near-Infrared Excitable Rare Earth Nanoparticles Enhances Biocompatibility and Enables Targeted Cell Imaging" Small 2010; 6: 1631-40.

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