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April 25th, 2003
Nanocontainers deliver on drugs
Scientists from McGill University, Canada, have tracked how micellar "nanocontainers" distribute themselves inside a cell. The block copolymer micelles, which are water soluble and biocompatible, could have applications in local, controlled drug delivery.
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