Tuesday, 1 May 2012


  Syndicate Institute of Nanomolecular Physics

The effect of Fullerene (C28) on the Delivery Efficiency of Improved Pure Drop Solution.
Milo Caman1., Shiquian Zhu2.

1. Anshar Incorporated YZ-LQL Laboratories, Nanobiology, 44252.galnet.spiq 2. Department of Astrochemistry, University of Caille, 55326.galnet.uc
Received 18 February 114, accepted 27 March 114

To better assess alternative methods of neural booster RNA delivery in human systems, several prototypes utilizing Fullerene C28 as a delivery vector demonstrated improved booster diffusion across cell membranes and reduction of negative neural booster side effects.
Alternative methods involving other fullerenes and modifications to existing retrovirii were attempted. However, C28 proved to be the most effective due to its sub-nanometre scale. This allowed it to diffuse through ion channels and allow for the contained RNA to integrate directly into host neurons.
Studies of this method showed a 28% increase in neuron firing rate and a 19% reduction of harmful side-effects across the test population to a statistically significant degree.

UPDATE 28/05/2012: Now the Seyllin Conference has concluded, the full paper can be found here.

1 comment:

Milo Caman said...

Just a little something I'm putting together for Seycon in May. The full paper should be up for public access after the conference.