Our paper on DNA nanoresonators is on Nature Communications!
Resonating DNA nanobundles are shown as ultrasensitive nanomechanical resonators for structural studies of DNA-ligand complexes. Such vibrating nanostructures represent the smallest mechanical resonator entirely composed of DNA and will help understanding how our genome is interacting with chemotherapeutic agents and heavy metals in the environment.
Thanks to Enzo Di Fabrizio group at KAUST and University of Trieste.
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