A more precise method of making micelles

Orally administered drugs face many dangers between lips and target organ. The solution, as Don Ho would say, is "Tiny Bubbles," or as they're known in science, micelles. But the traditional way of making micelles involves not a great deal of precision and control. Now, researchers from China's Huazhong University of Science & Technology have come up with a simple way of creating these tiny bubbles that contain well-organized nanoparticles for easier, more-controlled drug delivery, among other applications. Item | Abstract

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