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March 2nd, 2007

For low-cost DNA nanostructures, recycle sticky ends

Abstract:
Scientists from Duke University have recently demonstrated a new method for assembling large, low-cost DNA nanostructures, in part by reusing the "sticky-ends," the broken DNA strands used to connect the nanostructures. In their hierarchical self-assembly method, the scientists have demonstrated one of the largest programmable synthetic nanostructures ever synthesized.

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