New polymer sacks may serve as artificial red blood cells

04/29/2008 | New Scientist

A University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill chemical engineer has created polymer sacks roughly the size of red blood cells that can deform in order to squeeze through capillaries and blood vessels. The sacks can carry oxygen and can also be used to deliver other substances, such as drugs or contrast agents.

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