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Cell-based trafficking of nanoparticles is achieved through in situ uptake and transport of nanoparticles by myeloid cells. Shown here is the cell membrane of a macrophage, pseudo-colored in green, in the process of internalizing silica nanoparticles, pseudo-colored in pink. Photo by Rita Serda, Ph.D. and courtesy of Scott C. Holmes
Cell-based trafficking of nanoparticles is achieved through in situ uptake and transport of nanoparticles by myeloid cells.  Photo by Rita Serda, Ph.D. and courtesy of Scott C. Holmes

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