The new publication of Katharina Cu and David Fernandez Rivas resulting from a collaboration with Harvard and the BST group from Twente is out! In the study of Cu and Rivas together with Samir Mitragotri from Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering/Harvard and Ruchi Bansal from Biomaterials Science and Technology/University of Twente , continuous wave-based needle-free micro-jet injector as a possible transdermal delivery alternative with minimal damage to the skin structure is evaluated. Results of this work is published in Annals of Biomedical Engineering. You can reach the full article for further details by using this link.
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