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Never-ending Geometric Patterns Made From…Proteins?

News   Jul 24, 2019 | Original story from Rutgers University-New Brunswick

 
Never-ending Geometric Patterns Made From…Proteins?

Flower-shaped biomaterials using engineered protein building blocks. Credit: Nancy Hernandez, William Hansen and Slava Manichev.

 
 
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