Urinary nanosensors of allograft rejection

Nanosensors of the activity of the protease granzyme B that release a cleaved fluorescence reporter that filters into urine enable the early diagnosis of acute transplant rejection in mice.

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Pep Pàmies over 1 year ago

The cover illustrates nanoparticle sensors of the activity of the protease granzyme B, for the detection of acute rejection of transplanted skin grafts.


See Mac et al.

Image: Ella Maru Studio. Cover design: Alex Wing.