Biomod/2013/Dresden

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                         <figcaption><p>DNA origami channel</p></figcaption>
                         <figcaption><p>DNA origami channel</p></figcaption>
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                         <figcaption><p>Internal reaction</p></figcaption>
                         <figcaption><p>Internal reaction</p></figcaption>
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                         <figcaption><p>The picture shows a SEM image of our first polymersomes! The average diameter is about 200nm. </p></figcaption>
                         <figcaption><p>The picture shows a SEM image of our first polymersomes! The average diameter is about 200nm. </p></figcaption>
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