Drug delivery through DNA cages

Small cages obtained from DNA strands can be used to encapsulate other molecules, such as drugs, and release them into specific sites of the body.

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This amazing discovery was published on Nature by researchers from McGill University (Canada).

Read the full article and find out how DNA cages are made and their potential applications:

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