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In Vitro Innovation: Testing Nanomedicine With Blood Cells On A Microchip, Georgia Institute of Technology Study


2/5/2014 6:41:27 AM

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Designing nanomedicine to combat diseases is a hot area of scientific research, primarily for treating cancer, but very little is known in the context of atherosclerotic disease. Scientists have engineered a microchip coated with blood vessel cells to learn more about the conditions under which nanoparticles accumulate in the plaque-filled arteries of patients with atherosclerosis, the underlying cause of myocardial infarction and stroke.

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