3D DNA Crystals and Nanotechnology
AbstractDNA’s molecular recognition properties have made it one of the most widely used biomacromolecular construction materials. The programmed assembly of DNA oligonucleotides has been used to create complex 2D and 3D self-assembled architectures and to guide the assembly of other molecules. The origins of DNA nanotechnology are rooted in the goal of assembling DNA molecules into designed periodic arrays, i.e., crystals. Here, we highlight several DNA crystal structures, the progress made in designing DNA crystals, and look at the current prospects and future directions of DNA crystals in nanotechnology. View Full-Text
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Paukstelis, P.J.; Seeman, N.C. 3D DNA Crystals and Nanotechnology. Crystals 2016, 6, 97.
Paukstelis PJ, Seeman NC. 3D DNA Crystals and Nanotechnology. Crystals. 2016; 6(8):97.Chicago/Turabian Style
Paukstelis, Paul J.; Seeman, Nadrian C. 2016. "3D DNA Crystals and Nanotechnology." Crystals 6, no. 8: 97.
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