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Foundry User Develops Protein Mimic That Helps Damaged Lungs Breathe

Our lungs are coated with a protein surfactant that radically reduces the amount of force required to inhale and breathe. At the Molecular Foundry, a user from Stanford University has worked with Lab researchers to develop a peptoid that mimics the function of the natural surfactant at one-third the cost of existing alternatives. More>

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