Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Nanosponge Video

Below is the nanosponge video that we worked on, to go with the press release.

Nanosponges Soak Up Toxins Released by Bacterial Infections and Venom

This particular project is one of what is likely an ongoing series of projects that highlight the exciting ways that red blood cell membranes can functionalize nanoparticles.

This work follows up on the 2011 research by the same team of nanoengineers. That work was published in PNAS.

At Research Expo this Thursday, two different aspects of this work will be presented at the graduate student poster session. On-site registration for Research Expo is the way to go b/c online registration closed yesterday.

182. A BIOMIMETIC NANOSPONGE AGAINST PORE-FORMING TOXINS

Student(s): Ronnie Hongbo Fang
Professor(s)Liangfang Zhang
Industry Application Area(s): Life Sciences/Medical Devices & Instruments | Materials

184. ERYTHROCYTE MEMBRANE-CLOAKED NANOPARTICLES AS A BIOMIMETIC DELIVERY PLATFORM

Student(s): Brian Tsengchi Luk
Professor(s)Liangfang Zhang
Industry Application Area(s): Materials | Bioengineering | Nanomedicine


 

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