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Modified Collagen Could Be a Boon for Medicine

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Scientists at the Johns Hopkins Univeristy produced a sample of the modified collagen.

Lab tweezers grasp a sample of modified collagen. Johns Hopkins researchers believe this material has many valuable medical applications.

Credit: Will Kirk, Johns Hopkins University

 



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