Scientists Design a Nanoparticle That May Improve mRNA Cancer Vaccines

Scientists Design a Nanoparticle That May Improve mRNA Cancer Vaccines

Johns Hopkins Medicine scientists have developed a nanoparticle — an extremely tiny biodegradable container — that has the potential to improve the delivery of messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA)-based vaccines. This new nanoparticle delivery system may improve the way vaccines are given for infectious disease, and it may open a new avenue for treating cancer as well. Read more about the study here.

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