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Can nano-based immune technology be used to reduces organ transplant rejection?

dc.contributor.authorDarz, Mohamed K.
dc.descriptionNanotechnology exhibits new ways to attack the variable obstacles that organ and cell transplantations present. The induction of nanotechnology has showed successes including the recent use of nano-composite polymer as scaffolding for the synthesis of a successfully implanted artificial trachea. New developments in nano-materials such as the inclusion of bioactive properties, able to enhance cell growth and function, offer a promising future for today’s transplant therapies and could improve the prognosis of transplant patients.en_US
dc.publisherfaculty of Basic Medical Science - Libyan International Medical Universityen_US
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dc.titleCan nano-based immune technology be used to reduces organ transplant rejection?en_US

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