Professor prints soluble drugs

Professor prints soluble drugs

منطقة الخيارات الثنائية افضل موقع توصيات الاسهم By Cassidy DeStefano, news editor

البنك الاهلي بيع اسهم Nanoparticle technology, a 3-D printer and a bit of brainpower are the three key tools in a Northeastern University (NU) professor’s pioneering research to create medicine that dissolves directly into the bloodstream – no needles required.

الخيارات الثنائية بنعم أو لا “The main benefit is that [through this process], drugs can be orally taken; they don’t have to be injected or taken intravenously,” said NU Distinguished Professor and project leader Ahmed Busnaina. “In the past, it’s gotten so bad that some people who have cancer have to have a tube sticking out of their shoulder or chest. But this process makes it easier to take home.”

forex system resources Busnaina’s application of nanotechnology, which refers to the manipulation of miniscule particles, turns insoluble drugs soluble by printing them in nanorod structures that can pass through human tissue. He does this by using a 3-D printer suited to nanostructures, a separate endeavor that the National Science Foundation (NSF) funded from 2004 to 2014.

الخيارات الثنائية كم يمكنك جعل “If we take a drug and make very small nanorods, then we can easily suspend them and we can make them ten times more effective in penetrating cells,” he said.

شركة ادميرال ماركتس Busnaina added that the Technology Evaluation Consortium (TEC) supplied the drugs for the experiments, while a team of students from NU’s Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center for High-​​Rate Nanomanufacturing collaborated on the project to make it a reality.

اسهم الطاقة في الامارات “The TEC are the experts because they sell to consumers,” Busnaina said. “Together, we focus on developing unconventional technology.”

المتاجره بالذهب The 3-D printer, formally called the Nano Offset Printing System (NanoOps), follows a three-step process to create nanorods, according to an instructional video released Feb. 15 of last year. First, it prepares a template using electron beams and photolithography. Then, the template is dipped in a liquid solution where charged nanoparticles are guided into grooves on the template. Finally, the template is lifted out and pressed onto a surface to dry.

أفضل مواقع التداول بالخيارات الثنائية “The NanoOps system developed here is a great example of nanomanufacturing platform technology that can be used in many applications from electronics to medicine,” said NSF deputy assistant director Dr. Grace Wang.

ثنائي الخيار شريف Wang added that NU’s work with nanotechnology exemplifies the goals of the NSF in advancing research that will eventually affect a large consumer population.

طرق لربح أموال سريعة Still, the overall effectiveness of the new delivery method has the potential to raise concerns. Disha Jasani, a graduate student pursuing a Master of Science in regulatory affairs, said that the new orally-administered drugs could take longer to dissolve into the bloodstream.

الخيار مقارنة VBA الثنائية التفوق “Drugs from an IV get absorbed directly into the blood, while the oral drug would take time for absorption, dissolution and distribution,” Jasani said. “It varies from drug to drug: what kind of drug it is, how it would act on the patient and what its mechanisms of action are,” she said.

خيار ثنائي مع أي وديعة Although Busnaina’s team is currently targeting cancer and cardiovascular drugs, he hopes that nanotechnology will eventually extend to other areas of medicine.

موعد تداول اسهم ام القرى “Nanomaterials have unique, superior properties,” he said. “And we are using molecular forces to build new remedies from the bottom up.”

كتاب الفوركس Photo by Sean Lerkvikarn