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April 1st, 2004
Making protein nanostructures
Modern analytic techniques use patterns of very small spots of protein, DNA or other biological molecules to screen for genes or proteins. Gang-yu Liu, associate professor of chemistry at UC Davis, and her colleagues have now made dots of protein hundreds of times smaller than those in any commercial "chip" device.
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