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Ijeoma Uchegbu, a pharmaceutical nanoscientist at University College London and founder of Nanomerics, says nanoparticles stick to the capillaries in the brain and then the drug has a longer time to diffuse across the epithelial cells

Ijeoma Uchegbu, a pharmaceutical nanoscientist at University College London and founder of Nanomerics, says nanoparticles stick to the capillaries in the brain allowing the drug longer to diffuse across the epithelial cells

Source  Courtesy of Ijeoma Uchegbu