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June 24th, 2003
DNA nanostructures make up bar-code
Scientists at Duke University, US, have used DNA self-assembly around a "scaffold" strand of DNA to create a bar-code pattern containing digital information. The technique could have applications in making components for molecular electronics and in DNA computing.
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