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Nicolle Rager Fuller

Nanospheres Combatting Autoimmune Disorders 

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Nitrogen Cycle

medical illustration of Nanospheres have gained much attention for their potential to deliver chemotherapies in cancer treatment, but they also show much promise to treat autoimmune diseases like lupus, multiple scleorsis and Type 1 diabetes. This artwork shows the nanospheres interacting with immune cells in the lymph vessels.
Next medical illustration of A baby develops within a healthy placenta. Surpisingly, the placenta is not the mother's organ, but grows from the cells first laid down by the fertilized egg. To successfully support the pregnancy, the placenta has to convince the mother's immune system that it should be there. Scientists are studying this process to determine its involvement in various pregnancy complications.

Baby in the Womb

Nanospheres have gained much attention for their potential to deliver chemotherapies in cancer treatment, but they also show much promise to treat autoimmune diseases like lupus, multiple scleorsis and Type 1 diabetes. This artwork shows the nanospheres interacting with immune cells in the lymph vessels.

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