Chip self-assembling using DNA hybridization

Self assembly attracts attentions as the most promising assembly technology to mount multi type of components parallel. Above all, we focus on DNA mediated self assembly. That is because DNA has features that only complementary pares bind each other and binding force is switched, depending on surrounding temperature. Especially, investigation of binding force is necessary for practical realization. We are now studying the relationship between component surface and binding force.

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  • T. Tanemura1, G. Lopez1, R. Sato1, K. Sugano1, T. Tsuchiya1, O. Tabata1, M. Fujita2 and M. Maeda2 1Kyoto University, Kyoto, JAPAN 2RIKEN, Saitama, JAPAN “SEQUENTIAL AND SELECTIVE SELF-ASSEMBLY OF MICRO COMPONENTS BY DNA GRAFTED POLYMER”,. IEEE 22nd International Conference on Micro Electro Mechanical Systems, 2009. MEMS 2009 184-187