Michael J Barrell

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Nature uses bipedal motor proteins that “walk” down intracellular tracks to perform essential tasks in a variety of key biological processes. Although the molecular mechanisms through which these fascinating linear motors operate are beginning to be understood, there are still few synthetic mimics that exhibit the most important characteristics of natural(More)
Despite significant advances in anion-template methods for the construction of mechanically interlocked molecules, the use of anions to induce changes in the relative positions of the components of catenanes and rotaxanes has proved particularly challenging, especially in comparison to the widespread success achieved with other stimuli. The few examples of(More)
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