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Biopatch Delivers Exact Drug Doses Directly into Cells

News   Nov 12, 2018 | Original story from Purdue University

 
Biopatch Delivers Exact Drug Doses Directly into Cells

Purdue University researchers have created a drug delivery method using silicon nanoneedles with diameters 100 times smaller than a mosquito's needle. These nanoneedles are embedded in a stretchable and translucent elastomer patch that can be worn on the skin to deliver exact doses directly into cells. Credit: Purdue

 
 
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