Biomod/2011/LMU/FolD'N'Assemble

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<img src="http://openwetware.org/images/c/c0/Logo_draft_3.png" align="middle"> <h5>We are the BIOMOD-Team of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich</h5>

<h3>Welcome</h3> <ul> Welcome to the wiki homepage of the BIOMOD Team FolD'N'Assemble <br> <br> For the BIOMOD competition we designed and constructed a modular nanoscopic drug delivery device with a pH sensitive opening mechanism. You can find more information in the project section, all documentation can be found in the protocol section. You can also watch out video as an introduction to the project. <br> <br> for further information on the BIOMOD competition visit the BIOMOD homepage at <br> <br> http://biomod.net <br> <br> </ul> <h3>Video</h3> <ul>

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THE PROJECT
METHODS
PROTOCOLS
LAB BOOK
RESULTS
TEAM

Timon Funck

Aleksej Belizki

Ralf Weidner

Verena Schüller

Prof. Tim Liedl