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April 22nd, 2003
Nanostructures eyed to identify biomolecules
Rather than looking at the specific biomolecular behavior of a given organism in the hope of finding a unique chemical response system, researchers at the California Institute of Technology and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are taking a new approach that is based on arrays of nanometer-scale cantilevers.
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