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Exosomes Offer Significant Potential in Detecting and Treating Disease

News   Jun 23, 2017 | Original story from Swansea University

 
Exosomes Offer Significant Potential in Detecting and Treating Disease

Exosomes can be produced by cells (left), altered before production or after purification (middle), and made in the laboratory (right) depending on their final use. Credit: Dr Marta I. Oliveira, INL, Portugal

 
 
 

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