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February 20th, 2007
An international team of investigators based in the United States and Germany has modified the nanoscale printing technique known as dip-pen nanolithography to create large numbers of model cell membranes.
This method, published in the journal Small, could open the door to a better understanding of how the cell membrane functions and could lead to new ways of getting therapeutic drugs into cells.
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