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November 19th, 2003

Molecular shuttles get on track

Abstract:
Molecular shuttles make use of biomolecular motors to transport molecules along predefined paths. Now, researchers at the University of Washington and Sandia National Laboratories in the US have discovered a new way of making tracks for the molecular shuttles to follow.

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