A multitude of DNA-based nanostructures of different size and dimensionality have appeared in the literature in the last few years. The programmed self-assembly of oligodeoxynucleotides can be employed to build DNA nanostructures by design in a very successful approach towards bottom-up nanofabrication. This review paper will focus on the developments in this area of research and on some of the properties of DNA that elicited the birth of this new area of research.

DNA-based Artificial Nanostructures

ZUCCHERI, GIAMPAOLO;BRUCALE, MARCO;SAMORI', BRUNO
2006

Abstract

A multitude of DNA-based nanostructures of different size and dimensionality have appeared in the literature in the last few years. The programmed self-assembly of oligodeoxynucleotides can be employed to build DNA nanostructures by design in a very successful approach towards bottom-up nanofabrication. This review paper will focus on the developments in this area of research and on some of the properties of DNA that elicited the birth of this new area of research.
Annual Review of Nano Research
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Zuccheri G.; Brucale M.; Vinelli A.; Samorì B.
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