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Charge transport through DNA molecules using a conductive AFM (DNaFM)

(international consortium)




title:Charge transport through DNA molecules using a conductive AFM (DNaFM)
agency:German-Israeli Foundation - GIF
code:190/2006
program:Bilateral cooperation Germany-Israel
time frame:2006-2009

description:

The bilateral consortium "Charge transport through DNA molecules using a conductive AFM" (190/2006) started in September 2006 having the Molecular Computing group as coordinator unit.



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