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Making Next-Generation Materials With DNA

News   Jun 01, 2021 | Original story from Universität Wien

 
Making Next-Generation Materials With DNA

On the left, a snapshot of the simulated system -- a dense solution of supercoiled plasmid. On the right, a more detailed view of the supercoiled fluid showing entanglements between the molecules. Credit: Davide Michieletto/ University of Edinburgh, Jan Smrek/ University of Vienna

 
 
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