Nose Spirits and ultrasound Helping injection of the brain

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Saint Louis: A number of diseases, especially in cancer, is a difficult process to deliver the medicine to a fixed location, which includes our complex minds. Now the nose deposits (nylon sparrows) and ultrasound have succeeded in reaching the desired part of the brain with complex ninetrics.
Washington University specialists at St. Louis, in the ninetrics, reached the brain through the first nose and then guided the drug through sound waves while its nano particles were shown to the desired places. In this process, the traditional barriers of blood and brain were easily crossed, which is a unique success.
The brain and blood interruption (membrane) barrier does not allow many medicines to reach the brain, but now the Washington University experts now insert the microscopic particles into the nose through the first layer and then send them to the required part of the sound waves. What is a practical demonstration?
A new technology has been developed for which ‘Focused Ultrasound Wide Ultra Nissel Delivery’ (Fusion) is named. In this, the first nose was administered by a nutrients containing ninetrics, after which the ultrasound contrast agent (Kharbabini Bubble) was also inserted. After that, with bubbles, pushed with the waves of sound, was brought to the spot where the medicine was necessary. In the first experiment, the drug was delivered to the brain stem. This is a very important part of the brain, which is associated with a forbidden cord.
Microscillary bubbles spread and bend through ultrasound and take medicinal particles to a dying place. Bubbles throws this medicine on its target by reaching the fixed position. It has been successfully successful in the medicine position.
All these experiments are done on mice. It is expected that it will help in treating a type of cancer “Defects Intrinsic Pontin Glimoma”. This is a rare type of cancer that causes rapid death.

Details of this technology have been published online in the latest issue of Journal of Control Release.


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