Porous carbon particles for use in the treatment or prevention of liver disease

Carol Howell (Inventor), Sergey Mikhalovsky (Inventor), Susan Sandeman (Inventor), Rajiv Jalan (Inventor), Jane Macnaughtan (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Abstract

The invention provides porous carbon particles for use in the treatment or prevention of liver disease, wherein at least 20% of the total pore volume is made up of pores having a mean diameter of from 2 to 200 nm and/or wherein the particles comprise micropores of diameter 2 nm or less and small macropores of diameter 50 nm to 500 nm, but substantially no mesopores of diameter greater than 2 nm and less than 50 nm, and substantially no large macropores of diameter greater than 500 nm.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 19 Sep 2013

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    Howell, C., Mikhalovsky, S., Sandeman, S., Jalan, R., & Macnaughtan, J. (2013). Porous carbon particles for use in the treatment or prevention of liver disease.