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Developing an Alternative Treatment for Peripheral Artery Disease

News   Aug 30, 2018 | Original story from LSU

 
Developing an Alternative Treatment for Peripheral Artery Disease

LSU Biological and Agricultural Engineering Professor Cristina Sabliov and Assistant Research Professor Carlos Astete created a nanoparticle to deliver to new drugs to treat peripheral artery disease. Credit: LSU

 
 
 

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