Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, April 12th, 2007
The scissors measure just three nanometers in length, small enough to deliver drugs into cells or manipulate genes and other biological molecules, says principal investigator Takuzo Aida, Ph.D., professor of chemistry and biotechnology at the University of Tokyo.
“Chemists and biochemists may also use the scissors to precisely control the activity of proteins,” Aida says. He presented details of...
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