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Punchy proteins could help advance drug delivery, MEMS devices

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Published on Feb 16, 2016

The fight to survive, even among single-celled organisms, can be nasty. Some use protein ribbons that are designed to puncture through membranes and release a deadly payload. Now scientists are harnessing them for good.

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