NewsNanoparticles, from hype to actual clinical product

14th December 2020by admin0
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Ph.D. candidate Jaleesa Bresseleers, of the TU/e
department of Biomedical Engineering, investigated a robust and
scalable manufacturing process for nanocarriers and their building
blocks. With these insights, the road to widely available clinical
applications for nanocarriers has become much
shorter.

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