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DNA Machine Cartwheels and Carries Cargo

News   May 08, 2018 | Original Press Release by Richard Harth for Arizona State University

 
DNA Machine Cartwheels and Carries Cargo

Through a process known as strand displacement, a tiny walking device composed of DNA moves across a surface in a cartwheeling motion. The new device performed this feat more rapidly than any DNA walker designed to date. CreditL Zhuoru Li

 
 
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