Researchers create porous nanoparticles for better delivery of drugs

04/19/2013 | BioOptics World

Researchers at Cornell University have developed nanoparticles with a pore that can deliver drugs to targeted sites. The "Cornell dots" with a pore, known as mC-Dots, can carry tumor-killing compounds to specific sites, then be removed from the body quickly through the urine. The findings were presented at a chemical society meeting.

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