Point the finger: Zinc-finger proteins are convenient and site-selective adaptors for targeting specific locations within DNA-origami structures. Orthogonal targeting of the specific locations in the structures was demonstrated by using two adaptors, and the application of Escherichia coli lysate that contained the adaptor-fused proteins successfully afforded the expected protein–DNA assembly.
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