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Synthetic DNA controls release of active ingredients from drugs.

11:24 EDT 12 Jul 2019 | Health Innovations

Currently, many patients are being treated with several different medications, with patients required to take drugs at fixed intervals, which can make everyday life difficult and increases the risk of doses being skipped or forgotten. Controlled drug release is a mechanism which delivers drugs with a delay after its administration, or for a prolonged period of time to a specific

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