Helical self-assembly, molecular model

Helical self-assembly, molecular model

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Credit: IVAN HUC/LOOK AT SCIENCES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Helical self-assembly, molecular model. This type of molecule is known as a foldaxane, a type of foldamer. This one is a nanomolecular piston consisting of an axis about which a movable part slides. This design could be used to manufacture artificial muscles. It was developed under the direction of French biochemist Ivan Huc at the University of Bordeaux at the CBMN group (Chemie et Biologie des Membranes et des Nano-objets). This image was published in 2011.

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