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  • Research in our lab marries aspects of physics and biology to study the properties of proteins or nucleic acids at the level of single macromolecules and molecular complexes. Experimental tools...
  • Optical tweezers use light and lasers to manipulate objects as small as a single atom, and are mainly used by biological scientists to study DNA and molecular motors. How optical tweezers work,...
  • Life's smallest motor, a protein that shuttles cargo within cells and helps cells divide, does so by rocking up and down like a seesaw, according to research conducted by scientists at the U.S....
  • MIT researchers have shown how a cell motor protein exerts the force to move, enabling functions such as cell division.Kinesin, a motor protein that also carries neurotransmitters,...
  • A new study by Rice University bioengineers finds that the workhorse proteins that move cargo inside living cells behave like prima donnas. The protein, called kinesin, is a two-legged molecular...
  • During cell division, microtubules emanating from each of the spindle poles meet and overlap in the spindle’s midzone. Scientists at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in...
  • Specialized motor proteins that transport cargo within cells could be turned into nanoscale machines for drug delivery, according to bioengineers. Chemical alteration of the proteins'...
  • By Cameron Chai A study conducted by Carnegie Mellon University in collaboration with the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research has described how tiny molecular protein motors save energy or fold in...
  • Friction limits the speed and efficiency of macroscopic engines. Is this also true for nanomachines? A Dresden research team used laser tweezers to measure the friction between a single motor...
  • Scientists at Oxford University and Warwick University have created a "nano-train" - a nanoscale transport network controlled by DNA.
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