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DNA-nanoparticle superlattices formed from anisotropic building blocks.
Directional bonding interactions in solid-state atomic lattices dictate the unique symmetries of atomic crystals, resulting in a diverse and complex assortment of three-dimensional structures thatExpand
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Agarose-assisted dip-pen nanolithography of oligonucleotides and proteins.
This paper describes a method for the direct transfer of biomolecules encapsulated within a viscous fluid matrix by dip-pen nanolithography (DPN). The method relies on the use of agarose as aExpand
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Establishing the design rules for DNA-mediated programmable colloidal crystallization.
DNA-programmable colloidal crystals are assembled with 5–80 nm nanoparticles, and the lattice parameters of the resulting crystals vary from 25 to 225 nm. A predictable and mathematically definableExpand
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Assembly and organization processes in DNA-directed colloidal crystallization
We present an analysis of the key steps involved in the DNA-directed assembly of nanoparticles into crystallites and polycrystalline aggregates. Additionally, the rate of crystal growth as a functionExpand
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Using DNA to design plasmonic metamaterials with tunable optical properties.
Abstract : Due to their potential for creating designer materials, the 3D assembly of nanoparticle building blocks into macroscopic structures with well-defined order and symmetry remains one of theExpand
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DNA-mediated nanoparticle crystallization into Wulff polyhedra
Crystallization is a fundamental and ubiquitous process much studied over the centuries. But although the crystallization of atoms is fairly well understood, it remains challenging to predictExpand
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Multiplexed protein arrays enabled by polymer pen lithography: addressing the inking challenge.
The ability to fabricate protein micro and nano arrays in a low-cost and high throughput manner is important for a wide variety of applications, including drug screening, materials assembly, medicalExpand
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Controlling the lattice parameters of gold nanoparticle FCC crystals with duplex DNA linkers.
DNA-functionalized gold nanoparticles can be used to induce the formation and control the unit cell parameters of highly ordered face-centered cubic crystal lattices. Nanoparticle spacing increasesExpand
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Stepwise evolution of DNA-programmable nanoparticle superlattices.
Colloidal crystals can be assembled using a variety of entropic, depletion, electrostatic, or biorecognition forces and provide a convenient model system for studying crystal growth. AlthoughExpand
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One-dimensional nanorod arrays: independent control of composition, length, and interparticle spacing with nanometer precision.
We report the synthesis of solution dispersible, one-dimensional metal nanostructure arrays as small as 35 nm in diameter using on-wire lithography, wherein feature thickness and spacing in theExpand
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