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March 1st, 2007
Russian Scientists Create Nanopreparation from Sintons
Specialists of Irkutsk Institute of Chemistry by Favorsky of SB RAS in collaboration with the Research Center of Reconstructive and Restorative Surgery of SB RAMS developed a nanomaterial capable of eliminating practically all kinds of pathogenic microorganisms and of repairing human immune system.
According to the laboratory head Boris Sukhov, they used sintons extracted from Siberian plants as building blocks for nanomaterials. These molecules can be extended, rebuilt or inserted into more complicated molecules, in particular, to make nanobiocomposites.
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