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Plastic surgeons’ dream? Scar-free surgery with nanotechnology sealant

Posted on: August 16, 2009

Much attention of nanotechnology researchers has recently been paid to the fabrication of free-standing, ultra-thin films. These systems have been developed for use in a wide variety of fields such as nano-separation membranes or nanosensors for electrochemical and photochemical applications. In a first report on the fabrication of free-standing nanosheets for biomedical applications, scientists in Japan have developed a biodegradable thin film of only about 20 nanometers thickness that could replace surgical stitches.

Plastic surgeons’ dream? Scar-free surgery with nanotechnology sealant.

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