Drug-Delivery System Can Help Heal Even Without Drugs

News   Mar 14, 2018 | Original story from Rice University

 
Drug-Delivery System Can Help Heal Even Without Drugs

Tests showed that subcutaneous implants, left, of a hydrogel developed at Rice University encouraged blood vessel and cell growth as new tissue replaced the degrading gel.

 
 
 

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Sharwan Kumar | Mar 14, 2018

Drug- delivery... It is surprising that the students of science who did that work did not even investigate the function of the MDP gel that they wanted to use for drug delivery.


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