Scientists Create ‘Plastic Antibodies’ to Fight Antigens

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‘Plastic antibodies’ developed halts spread of deadly bee venom in mice.

In a breakthrough study, researchers at UC Irvine have developed the first “plastic antibodies” and successfully introduced them into the blood of mice to halt the spread of deadly bee venom.

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