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See our [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz3DCaoBsa9MvVSrVhyoU4A youtube channel] for more videos
 
=== single-stranded DNA ===
 
=== single-stranded DNA ===
 
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=== DNA cage ===
 
=== DNA cage ===
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=== DNA tetrahedron (double sides) ===
 
[[Image:tetrahedron_large.png]]
 
[[Image:tetrahedron_large.png]]
  
 
=== DNA tetrahedron ===
 
=== DNA tetrahedron ===
 
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http://www-thphys.physics.ox.ac.uk/people/PetrSulc/images/image.png
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=== DNA tile ===
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===Formation of a duplex in the simulation box ===
 
===Formation of a duplex in the simulation box ===

Latest revision as of 15:43, 21 July 2017

See our youtube channel for more videos

single-stranded DNA

Image ssdna.png

double-stranded DNA

Image dsdna.png

Plectoneme formation

Bk7P2EqCEAAz3Yk.png

See also the following movies:


DNA cage

Chiral474.png

DNA tetrahedron (double sides)

Tetrahedron large.png

DNA tetrahedron

image.png

DNA tile

3tile.png


Formation of a duplex in the simulation box

Strand displacement

stateB.png Invading strand attached by toehold

stateC.png Invading and victim strands that are not coaxially stacked

stateX.png Invading and victim strands that are coaxially stacked


A movie of part of the strand displacement process. It shows the invading strand attached by toehold and then displacing several base pairs of the victim strand:

DX tile

tilechimera.png

Kissing hairpin

Hairpin kiss2.png