Shape-shifting nanobots the future of medicine

Posted by | August 1, 2016 06:16 | Filed under: Good News Planet Pot Luck

In a village in western Africa, a tsetse fly bites a human, injecting a swarm of the deadly sleeping sickness-causing parasite Trypanosoma brucei into the bloodstream. Once inside its human host, the parasite spreads through the body, rapidly using its flexible flagellum to propel itself, eventually hiding the structure inside its body to evade the host’s…


By: Alan

Alan Colmes is the publisher of Liberaland.

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