Utilisation of plant viruses in bionanotechnology.

  title={Utilisation of plant viruses in bionanotechnology.},
  author={N. Steinmetz and D. J. Evans},
  journal={Organic & biomolecular chemistry},
  volume={5 18},
  • N. Steinmetz, D. J. Evans
  • Published 2007
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Organic & biomolecular chemistry
  • Bionanoscience/technology sits at the interface of chemistry, biology, physics, materials science, engineering and medicine and involves the exploitation of biomaterials, devices or methodologies on the nanoscale. One sub-field of bionanoscience/technology is concerned with the exploitation of biomaterials in the fabrication of new nano-materials and/or -devices. In this Perspective we describe examples of how plant viruses, focusing particularly on cowpea mosaic virus, a naturally occurring… CONTINUE READING
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