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B

  • Baker, B. A., & Milam, V. T. . (2011). Hybridization kinetics between immobilized double-stranded dna probes and targets containing empedded recognition segments. Nucleic Acids Research, 1-13.
  • Bonnet, G., Krichevsky, O., & Libchaber, A. (1998). Kinetics of conformational fluctuations in dna haripin-loops. PNAS, 95, 8602-8606.

D

  • Dirks, R. M. , Lin, M., Winfree, E., & Pierce, N. A. (2004). Sensitive fluorescence-based thermodynamic and kinetic measurements of dna hybridization in solutions. Nucleic Acids Research, 32(4), 1392-1403.

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  • Gu, H. , Chao, J., Xiao, S., & Seeman, N. C. (2010). A proximity-based programmable dna nanoscale assembly line. Nature, 465, 202-205.

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  • Morrison, L. E. , & Stols, L. M. . (1993). Sensitive fluorescence-based thermodynamic and kinetic measurements of dna hybridization in solutions. Biochemestry, 32, 3095-3104.
  • Muscat, R. A. , Bath, J., & Tuberfield, A. J. (2011). A programmable molecular robot. Nano Letters, 11, 982-987.

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  • SantaLucia, J. (1998). A unified view of polymer, dumbbell, and oligonucleotide dna nearest-neighbor thermodynamics. PNAS, 95, 1460-1465.

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  • Wang, Z., Elbaz, J., Remacle, F., Levine, R. D., & Willner, I. (2010). All-dna finite-state automata with finite memory. PNAS, 107(51), 21996-22001.
  • Wetmur, J. G. (1991). Dna probes: applications of the principles of nucleic acid hybridization. Critical Reviews in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 26(3/4), 227-259.
  • Wickham, S. F. J., Endo, M., Katsuda, Y., Hidaka, K., Bath, J., Sugiyama, H., & Tuberfield, A. J. (2010). Direct observation of stepwise movement of a synthetic molecular transporter. Nature Nanotechnology, 6, 166–169.


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