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March 24th, 2005

Bacteria act as glue in nanomachines

Abstract:
Electric currents are being used to move bacteria around silicon chips and trap them at specific locations. The technique could help to assemble nanomachines from miniature parts, and to create a new generation of biological sensors.

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* Nature

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