A chemist uses a pipette to introduce cell samples into a so-called microtiter plate.

Collaborative Research Center 1278 PolyTarget

Polymer-based nanoparticle libraries for targeted anti-inflammatory strategies
A chemist uses a pipette to introduce cell samples into a so-called microtiter plate.
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The Collaborative Research Center PolyTarget is developing polymer-based, nanoparticulate carrier materials for the targeted application of active pharmaceutical ingredients. In the foreground are systems that are suitable for the treatment of diseases and syndromes whose morbidity is significantly characterized by an inflammatory reaction.

 

 

You will find further professional information in our flyer [pdf, 1 mb] de.

Information for interested parties, educational institutions and school classes is available here [pdf, 1 mb] de (German link).

 

 

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