Construction and Examination of “ G-wire ” DNA .

@inproceedings{Vesenkaa2003ConstructionAE,
  title={Construction and Examination of “ G-wire ” DNA .},
  author={James Vesenkaa and Eric Hendersonb and Thomas Marshc},
  year={2003}
}
  • James Vesenkaa, Eric Hendersonb, Thomas Marshc
  • Published 2003
The self-assembly process of G-wire DNA was investigated through scanning probe microscopy. Growth kinetics studies indicated the self-assembly process is diffusion limited and provides Poisson-like distribution of G-wire lengths upon reaching equilibrium. This evidence suggests that self-assembly is driven by thermodynamic processes. The average lengths of these molecules are around 100 nm long after 24 hours of growth. However, longer G-wire DNA molecules (many micrometers) are found both in… CONTINUE READING