NewsFoldable, organic and easily broken down: Why DNA is the
material of choice for nanorobots

10th May 2021by admin0
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Only in cancer medicine do clinicians aim to attack
and kill legions of a patient’s own cells. But healthy bystander
cells often get caught in deadly crossfire, which is why cancer
treatments can cause severe side effects in patients.

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