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April 18th, 2003
Like kids on a "monkey-bar," the molecular motor moves along tracks
We may be a bit closer to unraveling the mystery of how cells convert chemical energy into motion, and the solution could offer clues to nanotechnology researchers working to develop molecular motors.
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