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Nanoroadmap, Rome 2004 1 DNA-based molecular machines and devices Friedrich C. Simmel Department of Physics and Center for Nanoscience Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, Germany simmel@lmu.de
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Nanoroadmap, Rome 2004 2 1. Introduction: Bionanotechnology 2. DNA-based nanotechnology 4. Outlook Overview
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Nanoroadmap, Rome 2004 3 1. Introduction: Bionanotechnology 2. DNA-based nanotechnology 4. Outlook
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Nanoroadmap, Rome 2004 4 Bionanotechnology Nano Bio: using nanotechnology for life science applications Nano Bio : using nanotechnology for life science applications lab on a chip lithographic techniques nanoparticles as biosensors or fluorescent markers nanocompartments for drug delivery lab on a chip lithographic techniques nanoparticles as biosensors or fluorescent markers nanocompartments for drug delivery Examples:
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Nanoroadmap, Rome 2004 5 Bionanotechnology Nano Bio: using nanotechnology for life science applications Nano Bio : using nanotechnology for life science applications Expectations: enhanced sensitivity (single molecules) integrated bioanalysis systems high-throughput screening coping with biological complexity (systems biology) enhanced sensitivity (single molecules) integrated bioanalysis systems high-throughput screening coping with biological complexity (systems biology)
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Nanoroadmap, Rome 2004 6 Bionanotechnology Bio Nano: using biotechnology for applications in nanoscience Bio Nano : using biotechnology for applications in nanoscience Examples: biomolecular self-assembly molecular machines principles of biological self-organization reverse engineering of biological systems biomolecular self-assembly molecular machines principles of biological self-organization reverse engineering of biological systems
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Nanoroadmap, Rome 2004 7 Bionanotechnology Bio Nano: using biotechnology for applications in nanoscience Bio Nano : using biotechnology for applications in nanoscience manufacturing by self-assembly molecular nanotechnology autonomous nanodevices synthetic biology manufacturing by self-assembly molecular nanotechnology autonomous nanodevices synthetic biology Expectations:
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Nanoroadmap, Rome 2004 8 1. Introduction: Bionanotechnology 2. DNA-based nanotechnology 4. Outlook
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Nanoroadmap, Rome 2004 9 A short introduction to DNA DNA/RNA bases single-stranded DNA
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Nanoroadmap, Rome 2004 10 A short introduction to DNA base-pairing complementary strands form a double helix
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