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==Project Description/Abstract==
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The goal of this research is to use Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy as a method to detect telomerase activity in cancer cells, using different aptamers (ZnPPIX, ThT, Molecular Beacon) attached to gold nanoparticles as fluorescent probes
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Fall 2012-present
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This research aims to fulfill part of the requirements for obtaining an MS in Chemistry at American University.  

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The goal of this research is to use Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy as a method to detect telomerase activity in cancer cells, using different aptamers (ZnPPIX, ThT, Molecular Beacon) attached to gold nanoparticles as fluorescent probes

Fall 2012-present

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This research aims to fulfill part of the requirements for obtaining an MS in Chemistry at American University.


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