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May 10th, 2006

Nanotechnology as applied to the development of medications

Abstract:
The project “NANOFAR: Preparation and characterization of new nanostructured materials for the controlled release of medications” involves research on nanotechnology as applied to the development of medications. Its purpose is the development of “intelligent biomaterials,” able to pass the cell membrane that normally impedes access of drugs to the target cell.

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