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Nanotech 2004 Vol. 1
Nanotech 2004 Vol. 1
Technical Proceedings of the 2004 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show, Volume 1

Chapter 3:

Bio Molecular Motors

-Actin Adsorbed on HOPG and Mica Substrates: Characterization and Manipulation by Atomic Force Microscopy
 D.V. Nicolau, G.S. Watson, C. Cahill, J. Blach and S. Myhra
 Swinburne University, AU
-A Molecular Motor that Links the Biological and Silicon Worlds
 T. Robinson, A. Blundell, C.F. Dutta and K. Firman
 University of Portsmouth, UK
-Viral Protein Linear (VPL) Nano-Actuators
 A. Dubey, G. Sharma, C. Mavroidis, S.M. Tomassone, K.P. Nikitczuk and M.L. Yarmush
 Northeastern University, US
-Biomimetic Molecules as Building Blocks for Synthetic Muscles - A Proposal
 A.H. Flood, J. Badjic, J-Y Han, C. Pentecost, B.H. Northrop, S.J. Cantrill, K.N. Houk and J.F. Stoddart
-MEMS Biofluidic Device Concept Based on a Supramolecular Motor
 M.J. Knieser, R. Pidaparti, F. Kadioglu, R.D. Harris, M.R. Knieser and A. Hsu
 Indiana Univerisity Purdue University Indianapolis, US
-A Mechanistic Model of the Motility of Actin Filaments on Myosin
 D.V. Nicolau_Jr. and D.V. Nicolau
 Swinburne University, AU
-A Proposal Conceptualization of a Hybrid Bio-Moto-Reductor Actuator and the "Virtual Shaft" Hypothesis
 M.A. Venegas
 Nano Science and Technology Institute, MX
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