Chemists looking to create complex self-assembling nanostructures are turning to DNA. Katharine Sanderson looks at the science beneath the fold.
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Sanderson, K. Bioengineering: What to make with DNA origami. Nature 464, 158–159 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1038/464158a
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