DNA origami is increasingly attractive for the construction of large scale architecture that can arrange a variety of nanoscale materials into ordered structure with high complexity and functionality, but utilization as a functional mechanical component depends on understanding crucial properties such as thermodynamics and mechanical properties.
- providing fundamental knowledge for design and fabrication of DNA origami structures
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- Z. Ma et al. (forthcoming 2016), Constructing higher order DNA origami arrays using DNA junctions of anti-parallel/parallel double crossovers, Japanese Journal of Applied Physics.