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DNA–nanoparticle crystals

Flip-flop lattices

Nature Materials volume 14, pages 751752 (2015) | Download Citation

The structure of crystals made of DNA-bridged nanoparticles can be selectively switched between various lattices by reprogramming the DNA-mediated interactions between the nanoparticles.

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