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A DNA spin-off: Electrospinning of DNA complexes gives nanofibers with a highly ordered morphology that allows homogeneous distribution of encapsulated multiple chromophores. The emission color can be controlled by suitable choice of the donor-acceptor pair and the doping ratio. Pure white-light emission from nanofibers is demonstrated (see picture).
An efficient cascade FRET was realized in solid state DNA-CTMA thin films using a three chromophore system without any covalent attachments. The extent of energy transfer from Cm102 to SRh was studied and found to improve eight-fold using the bridging dye Pm567.
A simplified approach to constructing a composite material comprised of aligned electrospun nanofibers onto a flexible substrate consisting of a microfilament yarn is presented. The metal-coated knit patterns of the microfilament yarn play the role of the parallel electrode, required for the alignment of electrospun nanofibers. Hybrid materials with knitted… (More)