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A metallo-DNA nanowire with uninterrupted one-dimensional silver array

20:09 EDT 3 Jul 2017 | Nature Publishing

A metallo–DNA hybrid nanowire composed only of silver-mediated base pairs has been prepared and its crystal structure resolved by X-ray diffraction. The nanowire, which is 2 nm wide and whose length reaches the μm to mm scale, holds silver ions into uninterrupted one-dimensional arrays along the DNA helical axis.

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