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Several types of nanoparticles carrying chemotherapy drugs or short interfering RNA, which can turn off selected genes, are now in clinical trials to treat cancer and other diseases. These particles exploit the fact that tumors and other diseased tissues are surrounded by leaky blood vessels. After the particles are intravenously injected into patients, they seep through those leaky vessels and release their payload at the tumor site...
The researchers' discovery of how this type of particle can penetrate cells is a key step to achieving oral nanoparticle delivery, says Edith Mathiowitz, a professor of molecular pharmacology, physiology, and biotechnology at Brown University.
A shadow comes out of her mouth, her nose, eyes, then melds together, grows and flows towards him. He groans. His eyes dart right, left, to our basement hideout, looking for a way out.
We’ve seen these shadows before. They come out of dead people, fresh dead. I don’t know their range, or how long they live, but it’s the only the time they’re visible. Billions of cyber-nanobots, flocking or maybe, migrating. They came in the Live Right. Thing is, I don’t think the fools even have a de-contamination plan. They’re just winging it.