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May 28th, 2003

Disease-Causing Proteins May Create Nanotech Circuits

Abstract:
Whitehead Institute director Susan Lindquist and her colleagues used a special genetic variant of yeast they modified to produce fibers capable of bonding with gold particles. They coated the fiber strings with enough metal to make a working electrical wire.

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