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The combination of branched DNA molecules and ‘sticky’ ends creates a powerful molecular assembly kit for structural DNA nanotechnology. Polyhedra, complex topological objects, a nanomechanical device and two-dimensional arrays with programmable surface features have already been produced in...
A key aspect of the genomics revolution is the transformation of large amounts of biological information into an electronic format, leading to an information-based approach to biomedical problems. Large-scale RNA assays and gene-expression-microarray studies, in particular, represent the second...
Recent advances in metabolic engineering have led to new methods for the synthesis of novel molecules, improved production of existing compounds and improved degradation of recalcitrant environmental contaminants. Increasing the flux through an existing pathway and introducing a new pathway into...
Chemistry on soluble polymer supports, termed liquid-phase organic synthesis, is developing into an increasingly viable alternative or adjunct to the classical solid-phase approach across the broad spectrum of polymer-supported organic chemistry. Recent advances in the field include the use of...
Bead-injection spectroscopy is a novel technique that uses immobilized eukaryotic cells on microbeads as a renewable biosensor for fluorescence microscopy. The use of a flow injection instrument allows fast functional assays that generate full kinetic characterization of a drug. Because the cell...
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