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August 10th, 2005

DNA process stamps patterns

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Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Virginia Commonwealth University have devised a way to stamp patterns made of single-stranded DNA molecules onto a surface. The method also makes it possible to convert patterns composed of other material into DNA.

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