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DNA's Mechanical Properties Revealed by Cryo-force Spectroscopy

News   Feb 11, 2019 | Original Story from the University of Basel.

 
DNA's Mechanical Properties Revealed by Cryo-force Spectroscopy

At low temperatures, a DNA strand is removed from the gold surface using the tip of an atomic force microscope. In the process, physical parameters such as elasticity and binding properties can be determined. Credit: University of Basel, Department of Physics.

 
 
 

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