NewsVelcro method for more precise binding of drug
particles

24th August 2020by admin0
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In order to deliver drug particles to the right place
in the body—a field known as nanomedicine—selectivity plays an
important role. After all, the drug only has to attach itself to
the cells that need it. A theory from 2011 predicts that
selectivity is not only based on the type of receptor, but also on
the number and strength of the receptors on the cell. Researchers
at Eindhoven University of Technology are now proving this
experimentally. They have published their results in the journal
PNAS.

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