Magnetic field opens and closes nanovesicles to deliver drugs to specific parts of the body


Nanovesicles for transporting drugs to correct locations in the body – that’s the idea. On 24 September, chemists and physicists from Radboud University will publish results from a seminal intermediate step in Nature Communications: they have managed to open the vesicles in a reversible process and close them using a magnet.

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