Andreas Kopielski

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The DNA origami technique offers great potential for nanotechnology. Using biomolecular self-assembly, defined 2D and 3D nanoscale DNA structures can be realized. DNA origami allows the positioning of proteins, fluorophores or nanoparticles with an accuracy of a few nanometers and enables thereby novel nanoscale devices. Origami assembly usually includes a(More)
The immobilization of DNA nanostructures on a surface is a key step for the integration of DNA-based material in nanotechnology for electronic or sensorial applications. Thereby the arrangement and distribution at the substrate surface is of growing interest. Top-down approaches such as lithography have been reported, but show certain limitations regarding(More)
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