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April 28, 2015 – Squalenoyl adenosine nanoparticles provide neuroprotection after stroke and spinal cord injury

Alice Gaudin et al. used squalenoyl adenosine nanoparticles of the size of ∼120 nm as a neuroprotective drug to deliver therapeutic amounts of drugs by intravenous injection for treating nervous system after stroke and spinal cord injury of mice. Read the original article: Nature Nanotechnology, doi:10.1038/nnano.2014.274  (Posted by Y. Tzeng)

Nanoparticles for treating stroke and spinal injury of mice - Nature Nanotechnology 2014

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