Achieving effective terminal exciton delivery in quantum dot antenna-sensitized multistep DNA photonic wires.

Abstract

Assembling DNA-based photonic wires around semiconductor quantum dots (QDs) creates optically active hybrid architectures that exploit the unique properties of both components. DNA hybridization allows positioning of multiple, carefully arranged fluorophores that can engage in sequential energy transfer steps while the QDs provide a superior energy… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/nn402468t

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@article{Spillmann2013AchievingET, title={Achieving effective terminal exciton delivery in quantum dot antenna-sensitized multistep DNA photonic wires.}, author={Christopher M. Spillmann and Mario G. Ancona and Susan Lynn Buckhout-White and W. Russ Algar and Michael H. Stewart and Kimihiro Susumu and Alan L. Huston and Ellen R. Goldman and Igor L. Medintz}, journal={ACS nano}, year={2013}, volume={7 8}, pages={7101-18} }