3-D printed, mechanically robust carrier used to deliver immunosuppressive drug, and cells

After a 3-D printer was used to create a micro but mechanically robust drug and cell carrier for local and sustained delivery of the immunosuppressive drug cyclosporine, researchers demonstrated in tests with animal models that the carrier, a combination of microspheres and hydrogel, maintained robust shape and integrity and delivered a local, sustained release of CsA in an amount that prevented acceleration of cytokines and overcame the need for additional drugs to treat immune rejection. —> Read More Here


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