Biomod/2011/TUM/TNT/Results

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<math> \sigma = 4.4^{\circ} </math> <br/>
<math> \sigma = 4.4^{\circ} </math> <br/>
which approximately explains the width of our measurements.
which approximately explains the width of our measurements.
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<h2>Length measurements</h2>
 
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We also measured the lengths of the origami structures on the TEM images. Histograms of the length distributions display a gaussian shape (figure xxx). For increasing concentrations of spermine, the length decreases steadily (figure yyy, for raw data see this file: [[Image:TEM length measurements raw data.xlsx]]). Surprisingly, for rising concentrations of ethidium bromide, the length decreases as well, although addition of ethidium bromide is known to increase the length of a simple double stranded DNA. It seems, that origami structures respond in another manner then single helices. <br>
 
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[[Image:Control length histo gaussian.png |390px|center|thumb|Fig. xxx: Length distribution of theU negative control, with a gaussian fit, histogram based on 256 particles]]<br>
 
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[[Image:Etbr length.png|375px|right|thumb|Fig. xxx a: Gaussian fits of length distributions of ethidium bromide concentration series]]
 
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[[Image:Spermine length.png|375px|left|thumb|Fig. xxx b: Gaussian fits of length distributions of spermine concentration series]]
 
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<h2>Including Base-Twist Theory</h2>
<h2>Including Base-Twist Theory</h2>
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<h2>Length measurements</h2>
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We also measured the lengths of the origami structures on the TEM images. Histograms of the length distributions display a gaussian shape (figure xxx). For increasing concentrations of spermine, the length decreases steadily (figure yyy, for raw data see this file: [[Image:TEM length measurements raw data.xlsx]]). Surprisingly, for rising concentrations of ethidium bromide, the length decreases as well, although addition of ethidium bromide is known to increase the length of a simple double stranded DNA. It seems, that origami structures respond in another manner then single helices. <br>
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[[Image:Control length histo gaussian.png |390px|center|thumb|Fig. xxx: Length distribution of theU negative control, with a gaussian fit, histogram based on 256 particles]]<br>
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[[Image:Etbr length.png|375px|right|thumb|Fig. xxx a: Gaussian fits of length distributions of ethidium bromide concentration series]]
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[[Image:Spermine length.png|375px|left|thumb|Fig. xxx b: Gaussian fits of length distributions of spermine concentration series]]
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<h1>Fluorescence Measurements</h1>
<h1>Fluorescence Measurements</h1>

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