Targeting opioid relapse with nanotechnology

Washington University researchers are tackling opioid relapse with nanotechnology

Backed by a grant from NIH’s National Institute on Drug Abuse, researchers from Washington University in St. Louis are attempting to prevent opioid addicts from relapsing with a therapeutic nanovaccine that will block the drugs from crossing the blood-brain barrier.

Previously developed vaccination strategies

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