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  • Getting into your head: Gelatin nanoparticles could deliver drugs to the brain

    Illinois professor Kyekyoon "Kevin" Kim, graduate student Elizabeth Joachim and research scientist Hyungsoo Choi developed tiny gelatin nanoparticles that can carry medication to the brain, which could lead to longer treatment windows for stroke patients.

    Illinois professor Kyekyoon "Kevin" Kim, graduate student Elizabeth Joachim and research scientist Hyungsoo Choi developed tiny gelatin nanoparticles that can carry medication to the brain, which could lead to longer treatment windows for stroke patients.

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  • To reach Hyungsoo Choi, call 217-244-6345; email hyungsoo@illinois.edu.
    To reach Kevin Kim, call 217-333-7162; email kevinkim@illinois.edu.

    The paper, “Gelatin nanoparticles enhance the neuroprotective effects of intranasally administered osteopontin in rat ischemic stroke model,” is available online.