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Cellular and Biomolecular Recognition: Synthetic and by Raz Jelinek

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The mechanism of this process was attributed to charge trapping in the nanoparticles for data storage and a tunneling process in the high conductance state. Although many questions 21 22 1 Development of Functional Materials from Rod-Like Viruses concerning the switching mechanism were not answered, this research directed the use of biological objects as basic building blocks in electronic memory devices. As described above, Co3O4 and hybrid Au−Co3O4-based composite nanowires can be fabricated using genetically engineered M13 virus as template [16].

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