Exploring the Nanoworld Inside Cells, Feb 16

Published: 12/02/2018
Exploring the Nanoworld Inside Cells, Feb 16
Source: EVENTS.BERKELEY.EDU

A single mammalian cell is a complex yet robust machine self-assembled from approximately 100 million copies of tens of thousands of distinct proteins, each only a few nanometers in size. Reverse engineering this system is a daunting task, not only because of the small size and shear number of components, but also because the system is exquisitely sensitive to perturbation, either by scientific in

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