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When you feel like letting go

A surface whose stickiness to biological molecules can be switched on and off could aid studies of how cells get together, Philip Ball reports.

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  1. Hodneland,C. D. & Mrksich, M. Biomolecular surfaces that release ligands under electrochemical control. Journal of the American Chemical Society 122, 4235 - 4236 2000.

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Ball, P. When you feel like letting go. Nature (2000). https://doi.org/10.1038/news000518-2

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