Tic-Tac-DNA Displaces Mona Lisa

10:36 EST 21 Dec 2018 | Genetic Engineering News

A tic-tac-toe board is certainly no work of art and probably won’t be on display in the Louvre anytime soon—perhaps in the modern art wing. Yet now, a team at Caltech just used a DNA origami technique to create microscopic tic-tac-toe tiles that can be designed to self-assemble into larger, dynamic nanostructures. This feat tops […]

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