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February 26th, 2003
Optical trap provides new insights into motor molecules
When it comes to nanotechnology, many researchers turn to nature for inspiration. Of particular interest to nanoengineers is the naturally occurring protein kinesin - one of several ''motor molecules'' that facilitate movement in living cells.
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