NewsMolecular trap allows study of single proteins

31st August 2021by admin0
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Researchers from the technical universities of Delft
and Munich have invented a new type of molecular trap that can hold
a single protein in place for hours to study its natural behavior—a
million times longer than before. The new NEOtrap technique enables
scientists to use electrical currents to study the vibrant nature
of proteins, which may spark innovation in biomedicine,
biotechnology, and more.

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