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Nanoparticles slip through mucus to fight herpes (in mice)

Thick, sticky mucus layers have limited the effectiveness of drug delivery to mucosal tissues. "Mucus-penetrating particles" (MPPs, shown here in red) are able to penetrate mucus, covering the entire surface of the mouse vagina (shown here in blue).  Impr
Thick, sticky mucus layers have limited the effectiveness of drug delivery to mucosal tissues. "Mucus-penetrating particles" (MPPs, shown here in red) are able to penetrate mucus, covering the entire surface of the mouse vagina (shown here in blue). Impr
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