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Danes in new chemical discovery

A new Danish discovery can prove crucial in understanding how novel drugs behave in a cell when targeting a disease.

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Two Danish chemists from the University of Copenhagen have discovered a new type of dye to be used in imaging techniques currently used in hospitals all over the world to diagnose diseases and by scientists to search out new cures and treatments.

In a range of publications in renowned scientific journals the two researchers, Thomas Just Sørensen and Bo Wegge Laursen, have recently shown that the dye aza-oxa-trangulenium has the potential to outperform all fluorescent dyes currently used in imaging.

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