White luminescence from multiple-dye-doped electrospun DNA nanofibers by fluorescence resonance energy transfer.

@article{Ner2009WhiteLF,
  title={White luminescence from multiple-dye-doped electrospun DNA nanofibers by fluorescence resonance energy transfer.},
  author={Yogesh Ner and J. G. Grote and Jeffrey A. Stuart and Gregory A. Sotzing},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  year={2009},
  volume={48 28},
  pages={5134-8}
}
A DNA spin-off: Electrospinning of DNA complexes gives nanofibers with a highly ordered morphology that allows homogeneous distribution of encapsulated multiple chromophores. The emission color can be controlled by suitable choice of the donor-acceptor pair and the doping ratio. Pure white-light emission from nanofibers is demonstrated (see picture). 

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