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November 6th, 2005

Are Nanotubes Safe?

Abstract:
The researchers found that the nanotubes most modified in this way also killed the fewest cells in a culture. They were so safe, in fact, that no more of the cells exposed to these tubes died than those that died when exposed to a control solution without nanotubes.

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