In pharmaceutical research facilities, the successful application of SEMs helps in the development of more powerful drugs to treat diseases.
This application note explains how SEM can be used for a wide variety of research activities: from examining the surface structure of superpourous hydrogel beads for controlled drug delivery, to exploring the morphology of Nile tilapia for cancer drug research.
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- The challenge of drug-resistant pathogens;
- How SEM provides insights into cellular interactions to improve cancer research;
- The role of SEM in preventing hospital-acquired infections.
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