Chemical cross-linking was used to prepare DNA nanostructures with enhanced thermal stability. These thermostable DNA nanostructures were then utilized as modular primers in the polymerase chain reaction (PCR; see picture), thus enabling the production of multifunctionalized and branched PCR products for multiplexed detection and hydrogel formation.
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