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Two States of the Array B. Ding & N.C. Seeman, Science 314, (2006).
Transitions in the Array B. Ding & N.C. Seeman, Science 314, (2006)..
Transitions in the Array (Zoom) B. Ding & N.C. Seeman, Science 314, (2006).
Programming an Array for Assembly A. Carbone & N.C. Seeman, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. (USA) (2002).
A Ribosome-Like Device: A DNA Nanomechanical Translation Machine Shiping Liao
A Drawing of the Device Liao, S. & Seeman, N.C. (2004), Science 306, Movable Sticky Ends Fixed Sticky Ends
Principles of Operation Liao, S. & Seeman, N.C. (2004), Science 306,
Possible Products Liao, S. & Seeman, N.C. (2004), Science 306,
Relationship to Traditional Components Liao, S. & Seeman, N.C. (2004), Science 306, DX Molecules Correspond to Aminoacyl tRNA Molecules Anticodon Equivalent
Purification, Ligation & Analysis Liao, S. & Seeman, N.C. (2004), Science 306,
Sequencing Result * All Combinations Work Liao, S. & Seeman, N.C. (2004), Science 306,
Polymer Unit Visualized Application DX Molecule Organized Polymers
DNA Walking Biped Bill Sherman
Schematic of the Device and Sidewalk Sherman, W.B. & Seeman, N.C. (2004), NanoLett. 4,
What Is the Intellectual Goal of Structural DNA Nanotechnology? Controlling the Structure of Matter in 3D to the Highest Extent (Resolution) Possible,
The Steps in a Walk Sherman, W.B. & Seeman, N.C. (2004), NanoLett. 4,
Simple Bulged 3-Arm Junction Triangle (1996) J. Qi, X. Li, X. Yang & N.C. Seeman, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 118, (1996).
Mao, C., LaBean, T.H., Reif, J.H. & Seeman, N.C. (2000), Nature 407, A Cumulative XOR Calculation: Assembly.
DNA: Not Merely the Secret of Life Bio-Inspired Bottom-Up Nanoscale Control of the Structure of Matter Nadrian C. Seeman Department of Chemistry New York.
Abstract: Self-assembly is beginning to be seen as a practical vehicle for computation. The assembly of DNA-based tiles into 2D periodic arrays had been.
Autonomous DNA Nanomechanical Device Capable of Universal Computation and Universal Translational Motion Peng Yin*, Andrew J. Turberfield †, Sudheer Sahu*,
NSF-ITR: EIA : Structural DNA Nanotechnology Nadrian C. Seeman, Subcontractor Department of Chemistry New York University New York, NY 10003, USA.
Decoding the message. DNA and RNA work together to produce proteins Remember: A protein is a specific sequence of amino acids.
Chapter 12 – DNA and Proteins DNA Structure: DNA is made of many smaller subunits called nucleotides.
The Structure of RNA RiboNucleic Acid RNA is a polymer composed of RNA Nucleotides. Each “Nucleotide” is made up of 3 components: 1.A phosphate group 2.A.
Protein Synthesis Mrs. Harlin Summarize the relationship among DNA, proteins and amino acids in carrying out the work of cells and how this is.
DESIGN AND SELF-ASSEMBLY OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL DNA CRYSTALS ERIK WINFREE, FURONG LIU, LISA A. WENZLER & NADRIAN C. SEEMAN Presented by Pardeep Dhillon and.
Chapter 11 DNA and Genes. Proteins Form structures and control chemical reactions in cells. Polymers of amino acids. Coded for by specific sequences of.
Making of Proteins. DNA Replication DNA molecule produces two new complementary strands. Each strand of the double helix of DNA serves as a template for.
Computation by Self-assembly of DNA Graphs N. Jonoska, P. Sa-Ardyen, and N. Seeman Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines, v.4, pp , 2003 Summarized.
PROTEIN SYNTHESIS THE FORMATION OF PROTEINS USING THE INFORMATION CODED IN DNA WITHIN THE NUCLEUS AND CARRIED OUT BY RNA IN THE CYTOPLASM.
Protein Synthesis Foldable AHSGE STD 8.. Outside Translation Transcription DNA Replication.
Most ordinary folk do not know what nanotech does yet it can have very powerful impact on our lives. One easy definition is: Nanotechnology is the science.
Chapter 8 Sandra Loranger Stacie Daer Mike Reilly.
The Genetic Code. The DNA that makes up the human genome can be subdivided into information bytes called genes. Each gene encodes a unique protein that.
Transcription & Translation Do Now: 1.Get out yesterday’s homework (10-1 review) 2.If a DNA strand has the nucleotide sequence TCC-GAT-AAT, what will the.
What organic molecule is DNA? Nucleic Acid. An organic molecule containing hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, and phosphorus Examples: DNA ???? RNA.
Translation: RNA to Protein Objectives Trace the path of protein synthesis.
Chapter 13.2 (Pgs ): Ribosomes and Protein Synthesis.
Protein Synthesis Transcription and Translation DNA Transcription RNA Translation Protein.
Protein Synthesis. The genetic code This is the sequence of bases along the DNA molecule Read in 3 letter words (Triplet) Each triplet codes for a different.
3 types: mRNA – used in transcription tRNA – used in translation rRNA – makes up ribosomes Composed of nucleotides 5 carbon sugar = ribose phosphate.
Recombinant DNA technology BIO3B. Revision Draw a label to identify: The template strand The coding strand A nucleotide A hydrogen bond A codon An amino.
Biomolecular Implementation of Computing Devices with Unbounded Memory Matteo CAVALIERE, Nataša JONOSKA, Nadrian C. SEEMAN. Department of Computer Science.
Chapter – 10 Part II Molecular Biology of the Gene - Genetic Transcription and Translation.
Heredity Unit 2 Biology Test Review. 1. Name this molecule. DNA.
Protein Synthesis How’d you do? Nucleus Part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for growth and reproduction. In eukaryotic cells, the.
Transcription & Translation It’s all about making...
Copyright © 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings Overview: The Flow of Genetic Information The information content of DNA is in.
Anticodons: What and where? Function? Match to mRNA sequence: UUU CAA AGU UGA.
3 Types of RNA. mRNA Messenger RNA Facts: –uses DNA as template –single stranded –U replaces T –largest RNA molecule Function: mRNA is used to carry the.
Agenda 07/20/2010 Sketch Transcription Quiz – genetics 1 Translation New Vocab Assembly Enzyme Synthesis Review Mutations – Research Genetic Engineering.
The Genetic Code. The genetic code is the “language” of mRNA instructions. The code is written using four “letters” (the bases: A, U, C, and G). A _________.
Protein Synthesis Chapter Protein synthesis- the production of proteins The amount and kind of proteins produced in a cell determine the structure.
How does DNA control cell activities?. Protein Production The sequence of nucleotides in DNA contains instructions for producing proteins. The sequence.
Translation What is the Genetic Code, and how is it read? – Our 1 st step Understanding Vocabulary – Define & Draw these… – Polypeptide-- Genetic Code.
Efficient Bacterial Transcription of DNA Nanocircle Vectors with Optimized Single-Stranded Promoters Tarsuo Ohmichi; Angéle Maki; Eric T. Kool A modular.
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Electrochemical DNA Hybridization Sensors Shenmin Pan Bioanalytical Chemistry 395 Instructor: Prof. Rusling.
7.3 Translation Understanding: -Initiation of translation involves assembly of the components that carry out the process -Synthesis of the polypeptide.
Chapter 17: From Gene to Protein AP Biology Mrs. Ramon.
The Design of Autonomous DNA Nanomechanical Devices: Walking and Rolling John H. Reif Duke University.
Chapter 8 Section 8.5: Translation 1. Objectives SWBAT describe how mRNA codons are translated into amino acids. SWBAT summarize the process of protein.
The Structure of DNA Reproduction occurs as a series of cell divisions that start within the nuclei of cells. Chromosomes, which can be seen with a microscope,
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