Scientists use nanotech in artificial kidney development

11/11/2007 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

U.S. researchers are using nanotechnology to develop synthetic membranes designed to function as artificial kidneys. The membranes contain more than 10,000 pores per square centimeter to filter out toxic metabolic waste products from blood without taking away essential blood components.

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