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Artificial Cells Have Domains, But No Membranes

Artificial Cell Membranes

Artificial cells are synthetic agents that mimic live cells, useful as biological models or technological platforms for healthcare and bioprocessing. Like their living counterparts, artificial cells often feature internal compartments separated by membranes, which are necessary to sustain cell-like functionalities. …

JACS Spotlights, Published September 21, 2022, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2022, 144, 38, 17317–17318


By Nancy McGuire

Freelance writer/editor based in Albuquerque, NM, specializing in scientist-to-scientist and engineer-to-engineer communications.

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