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Nanostructures for drug delivery

ers and speed up the release, or you could manipulate the chemistry. You have two knobs in your hands," Giannelis said.

Because the material is hydrophilic, it takes up water and swells to create a gellike material through which molecules can easily flow. "Ideally you would want a material that could absorb the most water possible because then you could include the most drug and have it release as slowly as possible," said Cypes.

"We have demonstrated that the transport of small molecules can be controlled and changed," said Giannelis. "The next step is to incorporate active agents and watch how they are being released."


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