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Home > News > Interview with Karen J. Brunke, Ph. D. at Targesome, Inc.

January 20th, 2003

Interview with Karen J. Brunke, Ph. D. at Targesome, Inc.

Abstract:
Targesome Inc., co-founded by Drs. King Li and Mark Bednarski in late 1999, is developing nanoparticles that can be used for drug delivery. Any drug can be attached to the surface of the nanoparticle, resulting in improved therapeutic properties such as efficacy, safety, and increased half-life in the blood for small molecule drugs (thereby allowing less frequent intravenous dosing).

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