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November 14th, 2006

Weaving Barrels from DNA

Abstract:
Good things really do come in small packages, according to a group of students at Harvard University. They constructed a tiny container--about 30 nanometers in diameter--made entirely of DNA, which could one day be used to deliver drugs or gene or protein-based therapies to specific tissues in the body.

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