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Nanoparticle study produces clearer understanding of kidney function

New research findings from The University of Texas at Dallas unveil how kidneys filter ultra-small engineered particles, which may lead to new ways of developing targeted therapy for the detection and treatment of kidney diseases and cancers.
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