A Logic-Gated Nanorobot for Targeted Transport of Molecular Payloads

@article{Douglas2012ALN,
  title={A Logic-Gated Nanorobot for Targeted Transport of Molecular Payloads},
  author={S. Douglas and I. Bachelet and G. Church},
  journal={Science},
  year={2012},
  volume={335},
  pages={831 - 834}
}
Nanorobots Deliver DNA aptamers are short strands that have high binding affinity for a target protein that can be used as triggers for releasing cargo from delivery vehicles. Douglas et al. (p. 831) used this strategy to design DNA origami “nanorobots”—complex shaped structures created by manipulating a long DNA strand through binding with shorter “staple” strands—that could deliver payloads such as gold nanoparticles or fluorescently labeled antibody fragments. These nanorobots were designed… Expand
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