Disruption of the dynamics of microtubules and selective inhibition of glioblastoma cells by nanofibers of small hydrophobic molecules.

@article{Kuang2013DisruptionOT,
  title={Disruption of the dynamics of microtubules and selective inhibition of glioblastoma cells by nanofibers of small hydrophobic molecules.},
  author={Yi Kuang and Bing Xu},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2013},
  volume={52 27},
  pages={6944-8}
}
The self-organization of molecules through noncovalent interactions is able to generate complex matter and structures that function at both supramolecular and cellular levels. For example, proteins self-assemble into a variety of nanofibers (or filaments), which are critical components of many essential cellular processes. Inside cells, actins, lamins, and… CONTINUE READING