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22 Apr 2011

DNA Origami Unfolding for Drug Delivery

Researchers have given DNA more shapes, adding contours that more accurately mimic shapes commonly found in nature.

One of the most fascinating branches of nanotechnology involves the sculpting of DNA into tiny shapes in a process known as DNA origami. The field was pioneered in 2006 by Paul Rothemund of Caltech.

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