Researchers at the University of Twente (The Netherlands) have developed a method to allow them to watch close-up how medicines are released in cells and to monitor their absorption at the level of individual cells. The method makes use of the fastest camera in the world, which can film at a rate of 25 million images per second. This new method is an important step forward for research into how medicines could be directed to a specific part of the body using microscopic bubbles.
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