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May 2nd, 2005

Miyuki Keori develops anti-pollen fabric for men's suits

Abstract:
Textile maker Miyuki Keori Co said Monday it has developed a fabric it claims can prevent pollen from clinging to it with the help of nanotechnology, which could be a boon to people with hay fever.

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