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Synthetic DNA Shuffling Enzyme Outpaces Natural Counterpart

News   Jun 22, 2018 | Original Press Release from the University of Illinois

 
Synthetic DNA Shuffling Enzyme Outpaces Natural Counterpart

A synthetic DNA enzyme inserts into a cell membrane, causing lipids to shuffle between the inner and outer membrane layers. Image courtesy of Christopher Maffeo

 
 
 

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