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B cells in a magnetic field

The movement of B cells that carry magnetic nanoparticles in tiny polymer “backpacks” can be controlled by a magnetic field.

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Truly beautiful, MIT. Well done, see you at the Nobels.

Posted almost 8 years by Anonymous

Oh,gosh!I can get nothing!

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