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DNA can be programmed to self-assemble into any structure you care to build. So let's do that. I would like some nano-socks.
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These figures are from A primer to scaffolded DNA origami, Carlos Ernesto Castro1, Fabian Kilchherr1, Do-Nyun Kim2, Enrique Lin Shiao1, Tobias Wauer1, Philipp Wortmann1, Mark Bathe2 & Hendrik Dietz1, NATURE METHODS | VOL.8 NO.3 | MARCH 2011 | {{attachment:DNA-Origami1.jpg|DNA-Origami1|width="400"}}
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The fellow who wrote the design program cadnano at http://cando-dna-origami.org/ has moved on so someone needs to reinvent it. {{attachment:DNA-Origami3.jpg|DNA-Origami3|width="400"}}

DNA can be programmed to self-assemble into any structure you care to build. So let's do that. I would like some knit socks, size 0.000000009.

These figures are from "A primer to scaffolded DNA origami," Carlos Ernesto Castro1, Fabian Kilchherr1, Do-Nyun Kim2, Enrique Lin Shiao1, Tobias Wauer1, Philipp Wortmann1, Mark Bathe2 & Hendrik Dietz1, NATURE METHODS | VOL.8 NO.3 | MARCH 2011 |

The author maintainer of the design program cadnano at http://cando-dna-origami.org/ has moved on so someone needs to work to get it to work.
Shawn Douglas
Assistant Professor, UCSF
Cellular & Molecular Pharmacology
http://bionano.ucsf.edu/contact
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One thing you can do with DNA origami is package up drugs for delivery:
DNA Origami as a Carrier for Circumvention of Drug Resistance
Qiao Jiang,† Chen Song,† Jeanette Nangreave,‡ Xiaowei Liu,‡ Lin Lin,§ Dengli Qiu,# Zhen-Gang Wang,† Guozhang Zou,† Xingjie Liang,† Hao Yan,*,‡ and Baoquan Ding*,†, dx.doi.org/10.1021/ja304263n | J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012, 134, 13396!13403

-Duncan Carlsmith

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DNA can be programmed to self-assemble into any structure you care to build. So let's do that. I would like some knit socks, size 0.000000009.

These figures are from "A primer to scaffolded DNA origami," Carlos Ernesto Castro1, Fabian Kilchherr1, Do-Nyun Kim2, Enrique Lin Shiao1, Tobias Wauer1, Philipp Wortmann1, Mark Bathe2 & Hendrik Dietz1, NATURE METHODS | VOL.8 NO.3 | MARCH 2011 |

The author maintainer of the design program cadnano at http://cando-dna-origami.org/ has moved on so someone needs to work to get it to work. Shawn Douglas Assistant Professor, UCSF Cellular & Molecular Pharmacology http://bionano.ucsf.edu/contact

http://physics.aps.org/synopsis-for/10.1103/PhysRevE.86.051912

One thing you can do with DNA origami is package up drugs for delivery: DNA Origami as a Carrier for Circumvention of Drug Resistance Qiao Jiang,† Chen Song,† Jeanette Nangreave,‡ Xiaowei Liu,‡ Lin Lin,§ Dengli Qiu,# Zhen-Gang Wang,† Guozhang Zou,† Xingjie Liang,† Hao Yan,*,‡ and Baoquan Ding*,†, dx.doi.org/10.1021/ja304263n | J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012, 134, 13396!13403

-Duncan Carlsmith

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