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|Title:||A bioinspired design principle for DNA nanomotors: Mechanics-mediated symmetry breaking and experimental demonstration|
|Citation:||Cheng, J., Sreelatha, S., Loh, I.Y., Liu, M., Wang, Z. (2014-05-15). A bioinspired design principle for DNA nanomotors: Mechanics-mediated symmetry breaking and experimental demonstration. Methods 67 (2) : 227-233. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ymeth.2014.02.029|
|Abstract:||DNA nanotechnology is a powerful tool to fabricate nanoscale motors, but the DNA nanomotors to date are largely limited to the simplistic burn-the-bridge design principle that prevents re-use of a fabricated motor-track system and is unseen in biological nanomotors. Here we propose and experimentally demonstrate a scheme to implement a conceptually new design principle by which a symmetric bipedal nanomotor autonomously gains a direction not by damaging the traversed track but by fine-tuning the motor's size. © 2014 Elsevier Inc.|
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