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New Way to Deliver Drugs Through the Skin Using “Nanoemulsion” Gels

News   Jun 24, 2019 | Original story from MIT

 
New Way to Deliver Drugs Through the Skin Using “Nanoemulsion” Gels

MIT chemical engineers have devised a way to convert liquid nanoemulsions into solid gels. These gels (red) form almost instantaneously when drops of the liquid emulsion enter warm water. Credit: Patrick Doyle

 
 
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