NewsMaking and manipulating capsule-like DNA structures for use
in artificial molecular systems

13th December 2021by admin0
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Biophysicists in Japan have found ways to make and
manipulate capsule-like DNA structures that could be used in the
development of artificial molecular systems. Such systems could
function, for example, inside the human body. The study was a
collaboration between Yusuke Sato of Tohoku University and Masahiro
Takinoue of the Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech), and the
findings were published in the JACS Au.

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