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New insights into disease and drug targets

From endogenous biological nanoscale vesicles to engineered nanoparticles
A collaboration between Professor Georges Grau, Professor Peter Lay and Professor Nicholas King.

This flagship project aims to discover new aspects of human diseases and new pathways for drug targeting from the myriad of endogenous biological nanovesicles (e.g. microparticles, exosomes, apoptotic bodies) released by the immune system in response to both infectious and non-infectious diseases.

To achieve this, we are developing powerful new nano-biospectroscopic protocols and advanced in-vitro spectroscopic modelling techniques to dynamically interrogate living cells and elucidate the beneficial and adverse effects of released endogenous nanovesicles.

Get in touch with us

Georges E. Grau

Professor
Address
  • Room 208 92-94 Parramatta Rd Medical Foundation Building K25
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Peter A Lay

Professor of Inorganic Chemistry and Director, Vibrational Spectroscopy Core Facility
Fax
  • +61 2 9351 3329
Address
  • Room 307 School of Chemistry F11
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Nicholas Jonathan Cole King

Professor and Head of Discipline, Director, Advanced Flow Cytometry Facility
Fax
  • +61 2 9351 3429
Address
  • Level 5 East 72, Room 5116 Charles Perkins Centre D17
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