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February 19th, 2003

DNA molecules form nanodevice scaffolding

Abstract:
Using DNA's unique lock-and-key mode of chemical bonding, a research team at the University of Minnesota is proposing a molecular-circuit assembly technique that they believe will be compatible with silicon-based electronics.

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