Nanosponges sop up toxins and help repair tissues

Tiny particles coated with cell membranes can do more than deliver drugs


NANOHEALERS  A single nanosponge (large sphere in this illustration) can trap toxins produced by a variety of pathogens.

L. Zhang Lab/UC San Diego

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