3-D Printed Tissues May Aid Drug Delivery, Wound Healing – Drug Discovery & Development

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Drug Discovery & Development 3-D Printed Tissues May Aid Drug Delivery, Wound HealingDrug Discovery & DevelopmentIsis Innovation, the University’s research commercialization company announced today that OxSyBio has raised 1 euro million from IP Group plc, the developer of intellectual property based businesses, subject to the achievement of milestones. … Alan …New Oxford company aims to 3D print synt…3-D Printed Tissues May Aid Drug Delivery, Wound Healing – Drug Discovery & Development

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