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Researchers Design a Nano-Carrier to Release Drugs into Damaged Cells

News   Jul 27, 2018 | Original story from IRB Barcelona

 
Researchers Design a Nano-Carrier to Release Drugs into Damaged Cells

The figure shows two views, frontal and lateral, of the image obtained by CT of the lungs of a mouse with fibrosis (grey areas) before and after receiving nano-therapy directed at senescent cells. Credit: Guillem Garaulet and Francisca Mulero, CNIO.

 
 
 

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