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Controlling Blood Clotting by Laser Triggered Release From Gold Nanorods

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The shape and size-dependent surface plasmon resonance of gold nanoparticles has made them attractive for biological applications. We use laser triggered release from gold nanorods for selective melting to control blood clotting.

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