Injecting nanoparticles in the blood curbed brain swelling in mice

After a head injury, the tiny particles diverted inflammation-causing cells from the brain

illustration of blood vessels

Nanoparticles cruising through blood vessels (illustrated) may distract immune cells from harming the brain after an injury, a study in mice suggests.

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