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Polymer tube nanoreactors via DNA-origami templated synthesis

We describe the stepwise synthesis of precise polymeric objects programmed by a 3D DNA tube transformed from a common 2D DNA tile as a precise biotemplate for atom transfer radical polymerization. The catalytic interior space of the DNA tube was utilized for synthesizing a bio-inspired polymer, polydopamine.

Authors:   Yu Tokura; Sean Harvey; Xuemei Xu; Chaojian Chen; Svenja Morsbach; Katrin Wunderlich; George Fytas; Yuzhou Wu; David Y. W. Ng; Tanja Weil
Journal:   Chemical Communication
Volume:   54
edition:   22
Pages:   2808
DOI:   10.1039/C7CC09620H
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  • DNA
  • synthesis
  • radical polymerisation
  • radical polymerization
  • polydopamine
  • DNA origami
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