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Fig. 2

From: Visible Thrombolysis Acceleration of a Nanomachine Powered by Light-Driving F0F1-ATPase Motor

Fig. 2

The hydrolysis activity of the native molecular motor and structure of the constructed nanomachine. a The hydrolysis activity of the native molecular motor compared to the reconstructed molecular motor. The horizontal axis shows time, and the vertical axis shows the fluorescence intensity, which is proportional to the concentration of NADH. The square matches the native F0F1-ATPase molecular motor, and the circle matches the reconstructed δ-free F0F1-ATPase molecular motor. b Structure of the constructed nanomachine. The nanomachine consists of four parts: rotary motor, energy storage device used for energy transformation and storage, locating device for combining fibrin present in the thrombi, and a propeller for accelerating thrombolysis. Light irradiation can stimulate the photosynthesis center to store energy in the nanomachine. The long propeller produced the stronger mixing power. The anti-fibrinogen antibody (locating device) can recognize and bind to fibrin within the thrombi

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