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Carnegie Mellon Scientists Develop Nanogels that Enable Controlled Delivery of Carbohydrate Drugs


August 20, 2007

chemistry graphic Carnegie Mellon University scientists have developed tiny, spherical nanogels that uniformly release encapsulated carbohydrate-based drugs. The scientists created the nanogels using atom transfer radical polymerization, which will ultimately enable the nanogels to deliver more drug directly to the target and to dispense the drug in a time-release manner. Full Story

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