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The versatility of DNA linkers as selective binders is accelerating the rational design of the assembly of nanoparticle crystals with unprecedented structural complexity.
Advances in the control of the shape, bonding direction and valency of DNA-coated nanoparticles allow the synthesis of nanoparticle crystallites of ever increasing complexity.
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.
Improved control over the shape of nanoparticles and the interactions between them allows the rational construction of intricate microscale assemblies.
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