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Sugar-coated nanoworms not for breakfast in the human immune system

By November 2, 2015 No Comments

Nanoparticles could aid diagnosis and treatment of diseases including cancer — if the immune system would leave them alone. A new study shows that inducing crosslinks on nanoparticle surface sugars lets them escape mouse immune system and identifies remaining culprit for human immune recognition of nanoparticles.

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