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Graphene Sheets

Researchers in Hongjie Dai's lab have developed a low-cost method for making large scale, pristine, and functionalized graphene sheets for electronic and biological applications. The method produces single-layer graphene sheets that are stably suspended i...
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Encapsidation of Heterologous Entities into Virus-like Particles

Stanford investigators have developed a method to package exogenous entities, inside virus-like particles (VLPs) during cell-free protein synthesis. A variety of cargo, such as sRNAi, toxic material, small proteins, probes, or markers, can be encapsulated...
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