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Toward high-throughput biomechanical phenotyping of single molecules

Two high-throughput single-molecule force spectroscopy platforms expand the reach of this technology for biomechanical molecular phenotyping.

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Alsteens, D., Tay, S. & Müller, D. Toward high-throughput biomechanical phenotyping of single molecules. Nat Methods 12, 45–46 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/nmeth.3216

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