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Autonomous nanomachines perform biologic functions in live cells in world’s first.

Nanomachines made from synthetic DNA motors have the potential to mimic natural protein motors in cells, however, the operation of synthetic DNA motors in living cells has not yet been demonstrated. The remarkable specificity and predictability of Watson–Crick base pairing make DNA an appealing construction material to build the synthetic motor systems.  Although various synthetic DNA motors have been tested

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