NewsResearchers develop a nanoparticle-based drug delivery
system based on corn to target cancer cells

15th February 2022by admin0
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Nanomaterials have revolutionized the world of cancer
therapy, and plant-derived nanoparticles have the added advantage
of being cost-effective and easy to mass produce. Researchers from
Tokyo University of Science have recently developed novel
corn-derived bionanoparticles for targeting cancer cells directly,
via an immune mechanism. The results are encouraging, and the
technique has demonstrated efficacy in treating tumor-bearing
laboratory mice. Moreover, no serious adverse effects have been
reported in mice so far.

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