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Referenced Papers

Alphabetical by First Author


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  • 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.


  • Fujibayashi, K., Hariadi, R., Park, S. H., Winfree, E., & Murata, S. (2007). Toward relaible algorithmic self-assembly of DNA tiles: a fixed-width cellular automaton pattern. Nano Letters, 8(7), 1791-1797.


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  • Zhang, D. Y., & Winfree, E. (2009). Control of DNA strand displacement kinetics using toehold exchange. JACS, 131, 17303-17314.

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