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Protein motors are chemo-mechanical ATPases that can naturally generate force and move cargo or as individual molecules along tracks of protein polymers (actin filaments or microtubules), using chemical energy from adenosinetriphosphate (ATP) hydrolysis. In order to harness these protein motors to power nanometer-scale devices, we have investigated effective and non-destructive methods for immobilizing them and/or their protein filament tracks on surfaces and to steer the output of thesedoi:10.1380/jsssj.26.88 fatcat:lmysgfnxvvghvb6rbf4pblmeom