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Design and construction of double-decker tile as a route to three-dimensional periodic assembly of DNA

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Design and construction of double-decker tile as a route to three-dimensional periodic assembly of DNA. / Majumder, Urmi; Rangnekar, Abhijit; Gothelf, Kurt V; Reif, John H; LaBean, Thomas H.

I: Journal of the American Chemical Society, Bind 133, Nr. 11, 23.03.2011, s. 3843-5.

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Majumder, U, Rangnekar, A, Gothelf, KV, Reif, JH & LaBean, TH 2011, 'Design and construction of double-decker tile as a route to three-dimensional periodic assembly of DNA', Journal of the American Chemical Society, bind 133, nr. 11, s. 3843-5. https://doi.org/10.1021/ja1108886

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Majumder, U., Rangnekar, A., Gothelf, K. V., Reif, J. H., & LaBean, T. H. (2011). Design and construction of double-decker tile as a route to three-dimensional periodic assembly of DNA. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 133(11), 3843-5. https://doi.org/10.1021/ja1108886

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Majumder U, Rangnekar A, Gothelf KV, Reif JH, LaBean TH. 2011. Design and construction of double-decker tile as a route to three-dimensional periodic assembly of DNA. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 133(11):3843-5. https://doi.org/10.1021/ja1108886

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Majumder U, Rangnekar A, Gothelf KV, Reif JH, LaBean TH. Design and construction of double-decker tile as a route to three-dimensional periodic assembly of DNA. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2011 mar 23;133(11):3843-5. https://doi.org/10.1021/ja1108886

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Majumder, Urmi ; Rangnekar, Abhijit ; Gothelf, Kurt V ; Reif, John H ; LaBean, Thomas H. / Design and construction of double-decker tile as a route to three-dimensional periodic assembly of DNA. I: Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2011 ; Bind 133, Nr. 11. s. 3843-5.

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