The Simplified Solution
It all begins with an injection of SCNCMs. These molecules flow throughout the bloodstream until they find a toxin. Once located, these molecules bond to every impurity they can.
The SCNCM molecules eventually make their way to the artificial kidney, where they enter one of the thousands of tubes. These molecules (with the toxins still attached) contact the first ASPM, where a catalyst breaks apart the molecules from the toxins.
The toxins are absorbed into the membrane that directs them into the urinary system to be expelled out of the body.
The SCNCM molecules pass through a second ASPM, where a second catalyst joins the molecules back together and pushes them into the body to bond to more toxins.
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