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Nanomaterials Activates the Immune System To Fight Inflammation

News   Apr 15, 2021 | Original story from the Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University

 
Nanomaterials Activates the Immune System To Fight Inflammation

The graphic shows the peptide nanofiber bearing complement protein C3dg (blue) and key components of the TNF protein, which include B-cell epitopes (green), and T-cell epitopes (purple). Credit: Chelsea Fries, Duke University.

 
 
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