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On the interaction of DNA nanostructures with lipid bilayers

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DNA origami on lipid bilayers and TEM techniques for DNA nanotechnologies
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Much of our knowledge of cellular biology arises from direct observation of active cellular functions. Tools and techniques have steadily developed over the past several hundreds of years to aid in our understanding and control of the nanoworld and are referred to as nanotechnologies. In the context of nanotechnology, DNA is not used as a carrier for genetic information (as it is in cell), but as a construction material. DNA offers unprecedented control over the construction of simplified ...

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Physics
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1380773
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University of Oxford

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