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Drug Loaded Nanoparticles Mimic Platelets to Avoid Immune System and Reach Disease Targets |
Pseudocolored scanning electron microscope images of platelet-membrane-coated nanoparticles (orange) binding to the lining of a damaged artery (top) and to
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