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Efficient screening of spherical nucleic acids

High-throughput nanoparticle synthesis combined with machine learning speeds up the exploration of structure–activity relationships for nanomedicines, as shown for spherical nucleic acids functioning as cancer-vaccine candidates.

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Fig. 1: Exploring structure–activity relationships in SNAs functioning as cancer vaccines7.