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2002-12

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Alessandra Carbone, Nadrian C. Seeman

ABSTRACT

Crystallization is periodic self-assembly onthe molecular scale. Individual DNA componentshave been used several times to achieveself-assembled crystalline arrangements in twodimensions. The design of a fractal system isa much more difficult goal to achieve withmolecular components. We present DNAcomponents whose cohesive portions arecompatible with a fractal assembly. Thesecomponents are DNA parallelograms that havebeen used previously to produce two dimensionalarrays. To obtain a fractal arrangement,however, we find it necessary to combine theseparallelograms with glue-like constructs. Theassembly of the individual parallelograms and aseries of glues and protecting groups appear toensure the fractal growth of the system in twodimensions. Synthetic protocols are suggestedfor the implementation of this approach tofractal assembly. More... »

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469-480

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