BD Microinfusor patch injector helps home injection; Body clock could time drug delivery;

> By looking at metabolites and biomarkers, researchers have been able to estimate internal body time (BT), better known as "the body clock" using blood samples, and this knowledge could be used to improve drug delivery and tailor medication to the individual. Abstract | Article

> The BD Microinfusor patch injector can help patients to self-administer biologic drugs. Article

> Nanoink's NLP 2000 dip pen nanolithography system delivers drugs to single cells. Article

> GlaxoSmithKline ($GSK) has launched a controlled-release form of its antidepressant, Paxil, in Japan. Article

> Biodegradable hydrogels that can deliver small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) are in development at Case Western Reserve University. Article

> Human mesenchymal stem cell exosomes could be tweaked to deliver drugs. Abstract

> Double liposomes could have potential in ulcer treatment. Abstract

And Finally… Artificial tissue grown in nano-sized electronics could lead to cyborg-style drug delivery. Article

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