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J. Funct. Biomater., Volume 9, Issue 1 (March 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Beyond being the repository of genetic information, DNA is playing an increasingly important role [...] Read more. Beyond being the repository of genetic information, DNA is playing an increasingly important role as a building block for molecular electronics. Its inherent structural and molecular recognition properties render it a leading candidate for molecular electronics applications. The structural stability, diversity, and programmability of DNA provide overwhelming freedom for the design and fabrication of molecular-scale devices. In the past two decades, DNA has therefore attracted enormous attention in the field of molecular electronics. This review gives a brief survey of the recent experimental progress in DNA-based single-molecule electronics with special focus on single-molecule conductance and I–V characteristics of individual DNA molecules. View this paper.