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Structural DNA Nanotechnology

Nadrian C. Seeman, New York University
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Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press 2015.
Language
English
ISBN
9780521764483 (Cloth)
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Contents
  • The origin of structural DNA nanotechnology
  • The design of DNA sequences for branched systems
  • Motif design based on reciprocal exchange
  • Single-stranded DNA topology and motif design
  • Experimental technqiues
  • A short historical interlude : the search for robust DNA motifs
  • Combining DNA motifs into larger multi-component constructs
  • DNA nanomechanics devices
  • DNA origami and DNA bricks
  • Combining structure and motion
  • Self-replicating systems
  • Computing with DNA
  • Not just plain vanilla DNA nanotechnology : other pairings, other backbones
  • DNA nanotechnology organizing other materials.
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