Nanosponges Mop up Viruses to Treat COVID Infections

Scientists have developed an experimental therapy for COVID-19 that uses coated nanoparticles to intercept SARS-CoV-2 infection. A collaborative effort between researchers at the University of California San Diego and Boston University have recently released promising data in the journal Nano Letters — the first step in the sprint to bring the therapy to COVID-19 patients.

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