British scientists create synthetic artery using nanotechnology

01/4/2010 | BBC

U.K. researchers developed a polymer bypass graft capable of transferring nutrients to tissue by copying human blood vessels. The artificial artery, which was made using nanotechnology, might lower the risk of amputations and heart attacks in coronary-artery and lower-limb arterial surgery.

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