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Metabolic engineering

Enzyme control on a chip

Nature Nanotechnology volume 9, pages 571572 (2014) | Download Citation

Electrical signals can be used to assemble and tune enzymes, resulting in controlled levels of optically, electrochemically and biologically active products.

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