This algorithm could make DNA origami as simple as 3D printing

This algorithm could make DNA origami as simple as 3D printing

DNA’s structure doesn’t have to be just a double helix: by fiddling with the order of bases or substituting other molecules, the strand can be cause to make a hard right turn, or curve around in one direction or another — and with enough foresight, a single strand can make enough twists and convolutions that it forms a useful geometric structure.

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