Nanoscience May Hold Key to Surgical Recovery, University of York Study

Published: Apr 28, 2011

.(PhysOrg.com) -- New nano-systems developed in York may eventually help patients recover from surgery without the danger of allergic reactions to drugs. Researchers from the University of York’s Department of Chemistry have developed synthetic molecules capable of binding the chemical drug heparin, which they believe may provide an alternative to protamine.

Back to news