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Jennifer M. Rego, Jae-Hun Lee, David H. Lee and Prof. Hyunmin Yi Biologically inspired strategy for programmed assembly of viral building blocks with controlled dimensions Biotechnology Journal 8

Article first published online: 25 JUL 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/biot.201100504

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Biologically inspired fabrication of nanoscale building blocks with controlled dimensions is demonstrated by exploiting the self-assembly of tobacco mosaic virus coat proteins with in vitro transcribed RNA templates that govern the assembly length. Results indicate highly consistent and uniform building block lengths as well as chemical reactivity, showing significant potential for practical applications in controlled fabrication of functional nanomaterials.

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