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DNA Nanotechnology: 'Magic Bullets' Breakthrough Offers Promising Applications in Medicine, McGill University Study


4/9/2010 7:11:38 AM

ScienceDaily (Apr. 9, 2010) — A team of McGill Chemistry Department researchers led by Dr. Hanadi Sleiman has achieved a major breakthrough in the development of nanotubes -- tiny "magic bullets" that could one day deliver drugs to specific diseased cells. Sleiman explains that the research involves taking DNA out of its biological context. So rather than being used as the genetic code for life, it becomes a kind of building block for tiny nanometre-scale objects.

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