Nanomaterials2

Nanomaterials2 - Composition, Size, and Shape Matter 100 nm...

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Unformatted text preview: Composition, Size, and Shape Matter 100 nm 200 nm 100 nm 100 nm A B C D Ag Nanoprisms Au Spheres ~100 nm Au Spheres ~50 nm Ag Spheres ~90 nm ~100 nm 100 nm E Ag Spheres ~40 nm DNA Properties t ne Ge DNA Detection DNA Basics Di se • The average human contains as • Unique code eP re 0.5 grams of DNA ve for every genetic, nt ion • The average sample viral, or bacterial contains a few disease molecules of DNA • Designable • Requires complementary code sensitive probes Na no • Detection probes can be te c to detect DNA hn easily connected to olo gy complementary code ic In fo n io ct te De io at A DN rm n NANOTECHNOLOGY How DNA Works heat G A C T T G C C T G A A C G DNA Detection with Nanoprobes DNA Litmus Test ...
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