Strong membrane adhesive joins red blood cells

05/13/2013 | Royal Society of Chemistry

Scientists at the Centre for Blood Research at the University of British Columbia have developed a cell membrane adhesive that can be used to bind together red blood cells. The adhesive has potential uses in tissue engineering and the treatment of wounds, and development is underway on the use of the adhesive as a tissue sealant.

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