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ID Number
2750

Description
Antibodies are among the most promising therapies for certain forms of cancer, but patients must take them intravenously, exposing healthy tissues to the drug and increasing the risk of side effects. A team of biochemists packed the anticancer antibodies into porous silica particles to deliver a heavy dose directly to tumors in mice. Featured in the June 16, 2010, issue of Biomedical Beat.

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Chenghong Lei, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory & Karl Erik Hellstrom, University of Washington

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Chenghong Lei, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

 
 
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