Microscopic oxygen bubbles could help improve cancer therapeutics and accelerate wound healing

Purdue University Research news Apr 14, 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Purdue University-patented technology shows promise in using microscopic bubbles filled with oxygen to help with various medical treatments, including improving cancer therapeutics and helping wounds heal faster.

Samara Biotech LLC, a Purdue startup, has developed an easy-to-use method to inject oxygen “nanobubbles” intravenously so they can be targeted precisely at wounds or cancerous tumors. The bubbles do not actually do the...

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Oncology Allergy and Immunology

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