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331-338 News & Views MH.indd

@inproceedings{LaBean2009331338N,
  title={331-338 News & Views MH.indd},
  author={T. LaBean},
  year={2009}
}
  • T. LaBean
  • Published 2009
  • three-dimensional objects. Douglas and colleagues’ work represents a third revolution in DNA nanotechnology. They have extended the DNA origami technique by showing how a DNA scaffold strand can form layers of helices arranged in a honeycomb lattice, thus providing a general-purpose, crystalline material from which three-dimensional objects can be constructed. In principle, any shape can be made from this DNA material, as long as it can be ‘carved out’ from a block of the honeycomb lattice. To… CONTINUE READING

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