Controlling the sequential release of drugs
Using hydrogels and artificial DNA, researchers have shown how nanoparticles can be released under body-like conditions in a controlled manner, one after the other. This work could lead to developing drugs that can release multiple active ingredients sequentially and at specific times.
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