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Nano Catapult to Target Disease

News   May 08, 2017 | Original Story from the University of Montreal

 
Antibody-Powered Nucleic Acid Release Using a DNA-Based Nanomachine

The molecular slingshot is composed of a synthetic DNA strand that can load a drug and then effectively act as the rubber band of the slingshot. CREDIT: MARCO TRIPODI

 
 
 

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