02-Dec-2020 | Market Research Store
Almost 60% of the cancer patients are seen to not respond to effectively to chemotherapy treatments. More worse, many of them experience toxic or deadly side effects. Recently a team of researchers from Purdue University developed a technique wherein the use of a simple LED light can help check if the chemotherapy options are suitable for the patients. The latest study published in the Scientific Reports shows the Doppler radar kind of technique to aid in advancing personalized medicine. The LED light shined biopsies are later applied with chemotherapy and analyzed to look for the scattering of light on the tissues.
The light scattering is known to provide the medical professionals and scientists with the vital information regarding the chemotherapy drug being effective for a patient. This biodynamic imaging can be obtained within 24 Hrs. Moreover, the identification of controlled cell death helps indicate the effectiveness of the chemotherapy for cancer patients. In case of certain cancers, there are many treatment options available and the doctors are looking for the best option for the patients.
The research team has worked with several groups present in the Purdue business and commercialization bionetwork, such as the Purdue Foundry, on industrialstrategy development and management searches. This is how AniDyn, a medical technology startup, came into being from Purdue with the help of professors John J. Turekand David Nolte. This latest startup has its goal focused on the production& commercialization of living tissue imaging platform tools. The researchers have collaborated with the Purdue Research Foundation Office of Technology Commercialization as well in order to patent & license the new technology that will sweep the world of its feet in the coming years.
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