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Presentation #3390-Pos: "Evolution of antibiotic resistance through a multi-peaked adaptive landscape" http://tinyurl.com/bfcke65

Lung Treatments for Sickle Cell: In sickle cell anemia, malformed red blood cells decrease the amount of oxygen reaching body tissues. New research suggests that changing oxygen levels in the lungs may potentially aid in the treatment of this disease.

Presentation #2872-Pos: "Oxygen-dependent depolymerization of sickle cell hemoglobin polymers in the lungs: Kinetic mechanisms and their significance for pathogenesis and its prevention" http://tinyurl.com/a6gax45

Penetrating the Blood-Brain Barrier with Sound: Delivering drugs to the brain requires passing through the blood-brain barrier, and previous research suggests that ultrasound stimulation can help. A new model and experiments indicate that nanodrugs can indeed be taken safely into the brain by manipulating the barrier using ultrasound.

Presentation #3539-Pos: "Impact of initial vascular permeability and recovery speed of disrupted blood-brain barrier on nanodrug delivery into the brain tissue" http://tinyurl.com/adycds6


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