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Translating Material Science into Biological Function.

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Summary of "Translating Material Science into Biological Function."

In this issue of Molecular Cell, Simon et al. (2019) demonstrate that phase separation of an engineered intrinsically disordered protein can be used to control in vitro translation via the formation of artificial ribonucleoprotein granules.

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Name: Molecular cell
ISSN: 1097-4164
Pages: 1-2

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