Nanospheres trap HIV:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Researchers from the Kagoshima University in Japan have developed nanospheres that can trap HIV in blood. Th 0.4 micro m spheres are made from polystyrene coated with lectin which reportedly traps HIV and other pathogens, reports Reuters.
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