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First Drug-Delivering Micromotors For Treating Bacterial Infection
 

First Drug-Delivering Micromotors For Treating Bacterial Infection

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Researchers have developed drug-delivering micromotors that neutralize stomach acid and use the resulting hydrogen peroxide bubbles to propel themselves to deliver medication. These tiny vehicles, each about half the width of a human hair, swim rapidly
 
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18 Aug 2017 - General
 
This is very interesting news Fedelic Ashish Toppo . Researchers are now onto neutralizing and creating the appropriate pH for clarithromycin to make optimal effect in the stomach. This could be the start of something special in terms of taking medicine. We could one day do away with having to stress that a medicine has to be taken before or after meals to maximize absorption or unwanted GI side effects. This dev...
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