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  • His shield had been activated, set low but still enough to slow molecular interchange across the field barrier.
  • An entire chain of molecules confronted her, and she recognized a protein . a methyl-protein configuration.
  • She began recognizing familiar structures, atomic linkages: a carbon atom here, helical wavering . a glucose molecule.
  • He realigned his own metabolism to match this threat and change the molecules of the soporific, but he felt a thrill of doubt.
  • This is as true of humans in the finite space of a planetary ecosystem as it is of gas molecules in a sealed flask.

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  • They say they can genetically engineer bacteria or yeast to produce whatever molecules they need to replace gasoline.
  • That protein molecule is found in lower concentrations in the brains of people suffering ordinary age-related memory loss.

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