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April 23rd, 2003

DNA motor keeps cranking

Abstract:
Researchers at Lucent Technologies' Bell Labs and the University of Oxford in England have found a way to keep their DNA motor running continuously. Previously, the researchers had to add particular strands of DNA at different steps in the motor's cycle to keep it going.

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