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Press Release 12-223

Drag-and-Drop DNA

Novel technique aiding development of new cancer drugs

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Closeu-up of a collection of pharmaceutical molecules after self-assembly.

A collection of pharmaceutical molecules is shown after self-assembly. The detail shows a single molecule, made up of strands of DNA, a therapeutic agent and other components that improve its ability to target cancer.

Credit: Parabon NanoLabs


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Illustration showing the new Essemblix nano-manufacturing technology.

This illustration depicts the new Essemblix nano-manufacturing technology developed by Parabon NanoLabs with NSF support.

Credit: Parabon NanoLabs


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