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Inhalable Form of mRNA to Help Treat Lung Diseases

News   Jan 06, 2019 | Original story by Anne Trafton for MIT

 
Inhalable Form of mRNA to Help Treat Lung Diseases

MIT researchers have designed inhalable particles that can deliver messenger RNA. These lung epithelial cells have taken up particles (yellow) that carry mRNA encoding green fluorescent protein. Image credit: Asha Patel

 
 
 

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