Damming up metastasis

How platelet ‘decoys’ could prevent cancer metastasis

Wyss Institute researchers and colleagues have developed non-aggregating platelets that could prevent cancer metastasis.

As described this month in Science Translational Medicine, the team reduced the binding capability of normal human platelets with a detergent that stripped them

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