A walk along DNA using bipedal migration of a dynamic and covalent crosslinker.


DNA has previously served as an excellent scaffold for molecular transport based on its non-covalent base pairing to assemble both stationary and mobile elements. Use of DNA can now be extended to transport systems based on reversible covalent chemistry. Autonomous and bipedal-like migration of crosslinking within helical DNA is made possible by tandem… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/ncomms6591


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