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The technique helped visualize biomolecules—everything from the needles that bacteria use to attack cells to the structure of Zika virus—with unprecedented detail.
Already, researchers have used the imaging technique to expose for the first time the structure of hundreds of key biomolecules, including the Zika virus and proteins that cause antibiotic resistance or impede chemotherapy.
Major advances in the imaging of biomolecules--everything from the needles that bacteria use to attack cells to the structure of Zika virus--have garnered three scientists the 2017 Nobel Prize for Chemistry.
Then the samples are pelted by a beam of radiation that can fry sensitive biomolecules.
The droplet attracts biomolecules from the tissue, and is then drawn back into the pen.
Their work may lead to greater understanding of proteins incorporating this biomolecule, and dysfunctions of this process, including cancer.
Cases like BDO production demonstrate the fact that a wide range of the planet’s genetic diversity is newly accessible in the service of biomolecule synthesis.
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medical Definition of biomolecule
biomolecularplay \-mə-ˈlek-yə-lər\ adjective
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