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Engineers Create Miniature Self-sealing "Wound"

News   Feb 08, 2018 | Original story from Emory Health Sciences

 
Engineers Create Miniature Self-sealing "Wound"

Blood cells stream through a "wound" and a clot forms. The red-stained cells are actually white blood cells. A green extracellular glue can be seen at the top of the wound; this is fibrin, which holds the clot together. Credit: Emory Health Sciences.

 
 
 

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