Study and characterization of tobacco mosaic virus head-to-tail assembly assisted by aniline polymerization.

@article{Niu2006StudyAC,
  title={Study and characterization of tobacco mosaic virus head-to-tail assembly assisted by aniline polymerization.},
  author={Zhongwei Niu and Michael A. Bruckman and Venkata Subbaiah Kotakadi and Jinbo He and Todd Emrick and Thomas P Russell and Lin Yang and Qian Wang},
  journal={Chemical communications},
  year={2006},
  volume={28},
  pages={3019-21}
}
One-dimensional composite nanofibres with narrow dispersity, high aspect ratio and high processibility have been fabricated by head-to-tail self-assembly of rod-like tobacco mosaic virus assisted by aniline polymerization, which can promote many potential applications including electronics, optics, sensing and biomedical engineering.