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Construction of a 30-nm Imitating Motor Driven by Six Synthetic ATP-Binding RNA's of Bacterial Virus phi29

By Peixuan Guo

Purdue University

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Construction of a 30-nm Imitating Motor Driven by Six Synthetic ATP-Binding RNA’s of Bacterial Virus phi29

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  • (2004), "Construction of a 30-nm Imitating Motor Driven by Six Synthetic ATP-Binding RNA's of Bacterial Virus phi29," http://nanohub.org/resources/883.

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