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The new nanoscale spring-loaded control mechanism

National Science Foundation : 25 February, 2005  (Company News)
UCLA scientists supported by the National Science Foundation have created a nanoscale mechanism to control the function of virtually any protein. These new 'spring-loaded' molecules will give deeper insight into proteins' molecular architecture, and could lead to a new generation of targeted, smart pharmaceuticals that are active only in cells where a certain gene is expressed.
UCLA scientists supported by the National Science Foundation have created a nanoscale mechanism to control the function of virtually any protein. These new 'spring-loaded' molecules will give deeper insight into proteins' molecular architecture, and could lead to a new generation of targeted, smart pharmaceuticals that are active only in cells where a certain gene is expressed.
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