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Home > News > Optical trap provides new insights into motor molecules

February 26th, 2003

Optical trap provides new insights into motor molecules

Abstract:
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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Stanford Report

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