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Stuffed buckyballs could mean clearer MRI scans

发布时间:2019-03-03 03:09:04来源:未知点击:

By Celeste Biever FOR the first time, a carbon buckyball has been ripped open, stuffed with a foreign molecule and then stitched up again. This ability to lock up atoms or molecules, developed by Koichi Komatsu and his team from Kyoto University in Japan, could lead to buckyballs being used in a host of new ways. For example, they could form protective containers for the toxic metals that are administered to patients during medical imaging. Until now,