NewsChemists use DNA to build the world’s tiniest
antenna

10th January 2022by admin0
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Researchers at Université de Montréal have created a
nanoantenna to monitor the motions of proteins. Reported this week
in Nature Methods, the device is a new method to monitor the
structural change of proteins over time—and may go a long way to
helping scientists better understand natural and human-designed
nanotechnologies.

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