As time goes on, a new generation of therapies has emerged, including proteins, peptides, monoclonal antibodies, nucleic acids and living cells, which offer new therapeutic functions. However, new functions inevitably bring new challenges, such as the stability of proteins and peptides, the efficiency of nucleic acid delivery into cells, and the viability and amplification of living cells. To meet these challenges, drug delivery strategies must continue to innovate.
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