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Traumatic brain injury (TBI) prognosis is not well characterized. Could gene therapy offers a prospective treatment for neurological injuries ?
Why is TBI a model to develop neuron-targeting nanotechnology? https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27429164
... Bioquark Inc ...
Quote from: Villi on 01/07/2016 06:05:29... Bioquark Inc ... Any medical company who puts "quark" in their name should be viewed with the utmost skepticism.
So what's the "scam" again? Confused.
Quote from: exothermic on 22/10/2016 16:37:03So what's the "scam" again? Confused.If the sales-spiel on a product unnecessarily includes quantum-mechanics terms, then they are trying to obfuscate matters. Either because the product/service they are selling doesn't work at all , or it's a bog-standard product which they are charging a premium-price for.
So then is the implication that the findings/claims made in this abstract are false as a result?
Does this ACS Nano study somehow relate to BioQuark?
Does this DARPA-sponsored research on permeating the BBB with synthetic nucleic acids can be used to deliver drugs to people not affected by traumatic brain injury?
Or is the BBB damaged in the case of TBI, allowing nanoparticles access to neurons?