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August 12th, 2004

Protein-Based Nanoactuators

Abstract:
They have set up a flow cell in which motor molecules (which can remain viable for days when refrigerated) can be thermally activated into motion in a controllable and reversible way using only input wires which provide a controlled amount of heat.

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