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Sidarth Krishna

Department of Optical Spectroscopy, Acton-Boxborough Regional High School Acton, MA, USA


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    Nano Sensing for Early Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer
    Author(s): Sidarth Krishna and Tingying Helen Zeng*

    Pancreatic cancer is becoming the second leading cause of cancer deaths, mainly attributed to late diagnosis. Surgical resection remains the only plausible treatment for curing patients of this cancer, but this is only possible when the cancer is localized making early detection vital. Currently, the most common early diagnostic method is the tri-phasic pancreaticprotocol CT scan. This method however has a low accuracy and specificity making it an ineffective early diagnostic. This purpose of this research was to develop a non-invasive, fast, and highly sensitive early diagnostic method for pancreatic cancer through the applications of nanotechnology. Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) is an innovative nano sensing method which results from plasmonic effect through molecules interacting with the surface of metal nanoparticles. This is a new method for trace biomarker detection.. Read More»

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