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Stories by Klaus Mosbach

The Promise of Molecular Imprinting

Tiny plastic imprints and mimics of biological molecules are poised to speed drug discovery, warn of bioterror attacks and remove toxins from the environment, among other applications

September 18, 2006 — Klaus Mosbach

Enzymes Bound to Artificial Matrixes

A new technique imitates the way enzymes are held in place In the living cell. Besides clarifying cell mechanisms, enzymes bound to matrixes act as biocatalysts in industry and offer a new medical tool

March 1, 1971 — Klaus Mosbach
Stories by Klaus Mosbach

See the World from a Different Perspective

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