Pentagon backs development of blood-cleansing system

03/26/2013 | American City Business Journals

The Wyss Institute has received a $9.25 million Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency contract for the continued development of blood-cleansing technology for the treatment of bloodstream infections. The system uses magnetic nanobeads coated with engineered human blood protein to remove bacteria, viruses, fungi, toxins and parasites from the blood, and cleansed blood is returned to the patient's body.

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