Jump to main content
Jump to site search

Issue 2, 2019

DNA-free directed assembly in single-molecule cut-and-paste

Author affiliations

Abstract

Single-molecule cut-and-paste facilitates bottom-up directed assembly of nanoscale biomolecular networks in defined geometries and enables analysis with spatio-temporal resolution. However, arrangement of diverse molecules of interest requires versatile handling systems. The novel DNA-free, genetically encodable scheme described here utilises an orthogonal handling strategy to promote arrangement of enzymes and enzyme networks.

Graphical abstract: DNA-free directed assembly in single-molecule cut-and-paste

Supplementary files

Article information


Submitted
25 Oct 2018
Accepted
01 Dec 2018
First published
17 Dec 2018

Nanoscale, 2019,11, 407-411
Article type
Communication

DNA-free directed assembly in single-molecule cut-and-paste

K. R. Erlich, S. M. Sedlak, M. A. Jobst, L. F. Milles and H. E. Gaub, Nanoscale, 2019, 11, 407 DOI: 10.1039/C8NR08636B

To request permission to reproduce material from this article, please go to the Copyright Clearance Center request page.

If you are an author contributing to an RSC publication, you do not need to request permission provided correct acknowledgement is given.

If you are the author of this article, you do not need to request permission to reproduce figures and diagrams provided correct acknowledgement is given. If you want to reproduce the whole article in a third-party publication (excluding your thesis/dissertation for which permission is not required) please go to the Copyright Clearance Center request page.

Read more about how to correctly acknowledge RSC content.


Social activity

Search articles by author

Spotlight

Advertisements