The SCNCM Solution
The dismantled SCNCMs, still suspended in blood, then come into contact with the second ASPM, which is designed to be permeable to water, blood cells, plasma, platelets, and other non-toxic blood components. However, it is not permeable to fully assembled SCNCMs bonded to toxins, or the toxins themselves, which must recirculate to the first membrane. The SCNCM, now in pieces, is pushed through the second ASPM. This catalyst creates a chemical reaction between the pieces of the SCNCM, causing them to reattach to one another. The fully assembled SCNCM is reintroduced into the bloodstream and goes on to attach itself to more toxins in order to repeat the process.
The SCNCM system would require no outside power or maintenance, and could continue to cleanse blood for the rest of the patient's life. This new system has the potential to be as efficient, if not more so, than a natural kidney. In addition, SCNCMs could be mass produced, billions at a time, without individual construction, thereby lowering cost.
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