UPenn turns plant protein into drug-delivery tech

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have found a way to get around biocompatibility issues with drug delivery vehicles. Using a naturally occurring protein from sunflower seeds, the scientists were able to create molecules that assemble into vesicles and can be loaded with drugs and sent into the bloodstream. Report

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