NewsAn ice-inspired lubricant improves osteoarthritis symptoms
in rats

12th January 2022by admin0
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With the Winter Olympics approaching, many people will
soon be tuning in to watch events that take place on ice, such as
figure skating, speed skating and ice hockey. An ultrathin,
super-lubricating layer of water on the ice’s surface is essential
for skaters’ graceful glides. Inspired by this surface, researchers
reporting in ACS Nano have developed a treatment for osteoarthritis
that enhances lubrication and reduces friction and inflammation in
a rat model of the disease.

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