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Protein Cages May Have Applications in Nanotechnology and ... - Controlled Environments Magazine

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http://news.google.com - Controlled Environments MagazineProtein Cages May Have Applications in Nanotechnology and ...Controlled Environments MagazineA multidisciplinary team from the Bristol BioDesign Institute has come together to study the self-assembly of protein building into protein cages, leading to new ...and more »

Protein Cages May Have Applications in Nanotechnology and Synthetic Biology - Controlled Environments Magazine

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http://news.google.com - Controlled Environments MagazineProtein Cages May Have Applications in Nanotechnology and Synthetic BiologyControlled Environments MagazineA multidisciplinary team from the Bristol BioDesign Institute has come together to study the self-assembly of protein building into protein cages, leading to new research which has potential applications in nanotechnology and synthetic biology. The ...and more »

Nanotube “Honeycomb” Enhances Genetic Engineering - Controlled Environments Magazine

Posted By BigMcLargeHuge 497 days ago on genetic engineering

http://news.google.com - Controlled Environments MagazineNanotube “Honeycomb” Enhances Genetic EngineeringControlled Environments MagazineElectron microscope image of animal cells (colored blue) cultured on an array of carbon nanotubes. Researchers have developed a new and highly efficient method for gene transfer. The technique, which involves culturing and transfecting cells with ...Carbon nanotube biomedical device has the potential to improve genetic engineering processesRIT University News Servicesall 2 news articles »

Robot brains can be controlled by E.coli (Wired UK) - Wired.co.uk - Wired.co.uk

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http://news.google.com - Wired.co.ukRobot brains can be controlled by E.coli (Wired UK) - Wired.co.ukWired.co.ukAt the Virginia Tech lab where the study took place, biologists look at using synthetic biology to "reprogramme" the biochemical pathways inside cells -- the same pathways that control decision-making at a cellular level. It's the minutiae of how ...Scientist develops model for robots with bacteria-controlled brains - Phys.orgPhys.OrgRobot brain could soon have bacteria controlling its movements - Silicon RepublicSiliconrepublic.comall 18 news articles »

Engineering the Controlled Assembly of Filamentous Injectisomes in E. coli K-12 for Protein Translocation into Mammalian Cells

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http://dx.doi.org - David Ruano-Gallego, Beatriz Álvarez and Luis Ángel Fernández

HIV can be controlled by genetic engineering, study shows - Gay Star News

Posted By BigMcLargeHuge 891 days ago on genetic engineering

http://news.google.com - Gay Star NewsHIV can be controlled by genetic engineering, study showsGay Star NewsA therapy that involves modifying DNA cells has proved effective in controlling HIV without drugs, and trials have been expanded and extended. The treatment works by infusing patients with a dose modified white blood, or 'T cells', so the patient ...and more »