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Single Molecule Spectroscopy of Amino Acids and Peptides by Recognition Tunneling

Stuart Lindsay, ASU Regents Professor, Director of the Biodesign Institute Center for Single Molecule Biophysics, Edward and Nadine Carson Presidential Chair in Physics

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    An innovative new diagnostic for Lyme disease

    When researchers examined the DNA of Ötzi, a man entombed in ice high in the Tyrolean Alps some 5,300 years ago, they made a startling discovery. Secreted within the tangles of the ice man's genetic code was evidence he'd been infected with a bacterial pathogen, Borrelia burgdorferi. Ötzi i ... more

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