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World’s Smallest Propeller Could be Used for Microscopic Medicine

Schematic of micro- and nanopropellers in hyaluronan gels. The polymeric mesh structure hinders the larger helices from translating effectively, whereas smaller propellers with a diameter close to the mesh size can pass through the network without being affected by the macroscopic viscoelasticity caused by the entangled polymer chains.
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