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June 30th, 2003

Nanomedicine

Abstract:
From the OBSERVATORY section - 2nd part of the article is about Nanomedicine. Scientists from several Japanese universities have created hollow "nanocages" of proteins that can hold a few molecules of a drug (or a gene, for use in gene therapy) and bring them straight to the liver. (more on earlier story)

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