- Publish Date
- Monday, 4 April 2016, 9:49PM
AC/DC hit 'Thunderstruck' has been used to help adapt the delivery of chemotherapy-related drug Camptothecin by scientists are the University of South Australia.
The track was used to provide vibrations, bouncing microparticles of the drug and allowing a thin polymer (plastic) coating to be applied. This increased the time taken for the drug to be released (by a factor of between two and 100), improving delivery direct to cancer cells. It's thought the research could also be used in other areas of drug delivery.
For more and to check out the paper on the research undertaken click HERE
Source : NME