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No Sugar Coating, But Sweet Nonetheless

News   Apr 05, 2017 | Original Story from The University of Freiburg

 
No Sugar Coating, But Sweet Nonetheless

In the upper part of the image you can see an enlarged picture of the microprobe manufactured in Freiburg for stimulating and simultaneously gathering data. Below there is a cross section oft he coating made from the polymer PEDOT that has stored an anti-inflammatory medicine that can be released by applying negative voltage. CREDIT: Christian Böhler, Maria Asplund

 
 
 

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