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DNA Origami Nanopatterning on Chemically Modified Graphene

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  • This work was supported by the National Research Laboratory Program (grant number R0A-2008-000-20057-0), the World Premier Materials (WPM) program (grant number 10037689), the Smart IT Convergence System Research Center (Global Frontier Research Project) funded by the Korean government, and the Office of Naval Research (grant number Navy-N00014-09-1-0184) of the US government.

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Nanoscale folding of DNA: Taking advantage of facile solution processing, pattern formation under light irradiation, and ready chemical modification of graphene oxide, various patterned films of chemically modified graphene were prepared and employed for spatial patterning of DNA origami structures (see picture). The patterning of DNA origami structures required highly selective adsorption on graphene oxide surfaces.

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