NewsTitanium oxide nanotubes facilitate low-cost laser-assisted
photoporation

25th January 2021by admin0
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A research team at the Department of Mechanical
Engineering at Toyohashi University of Technology developed a
nanosecond pulse laser-assisted photoporation method using
titanium-oxide nanotubes (TNT) for highly efficient and low-cost
intracellular delivery. The results of their research will be
published in the Applied Surface Science on 30 March 2021,
148815.

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