Description:  The smaller arrows point to string-like DNA molecules. The clumps are carbon fibers. When metal electrodes on both ends of the DNA strands are cooled to the point of superconductivity, the electrical resistance in the strands decreases dramatically.
Source:  National Center for Scientific Research (France)
Story:  DNA induced to superconductivity
TRN February 7, 2001
TRN Categories:  Biological, Chemical, DNA and Molecular Computing
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