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"Nanotraps" Designed To Catch and Clear Coronavirus

News   Apr 28, 2021 | Original story from the University of Chicago

 
"Nanotraps" Designed To Catch and Clear Coronavirus

Cartoon rendering of Nanotrap binding SARS-CoV-2. Nanotrap is shown with a yellow core, green phospholipid shell, and red functionalized particles to bind the virus (either ACE2 or Neutralizing Antibody). Virus protein coats are shown in gray, and are decorated with the Spike protein (green) and glycoprotein (red). Credit: Huang Lab

 
 
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