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Excitonic AND Logic Gates on DNA Brick Nanobreadboards
ACS Photonics
  • Brittany L. Cannon, Boise State University
  • Donald L. Kellis, Boise State University
  • Paul H. Davis, Boise State University
  • Jeunghoon Lee, Boise State University
  • Wan Kuang, Boise State University
  • William L. Hughes, Boise State University
  • Elton Graugnard, Boise State University
  • Bernard Yurke, Boise State University
  • William Knowlton, Boise State University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
3-18-2015
Disciplines
Abstract

A promising application of DNA self-assembly is the fabrication of chromophore-based excitonic devices. DNA brick assembly is a compelling method for creating programmable nanobreadboards on which chromophores may be rapidly and easily repositioned to prototype new excitonic devices, optimize device operation, and induce reversible switching. Using DNA nanobreadboards, we have demonstrated each of these functions through the construction and operation of two different excitonic AND logic gates. The modularity and high chromophore density achievable via this brick-based approach provide a viable path toward developing information processing and storage systems.

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This document was originally published by the American Chemical Society in ACS Photonics. Copyright restrictions may apply. doi: 10.1021/ph500444d

Citation Information
Brittany L. Cannon, Donald L. Kellis, Paul H. Davis, Jeunghoon Lee, et al.. "Excitonic AND Logic Gates on DNA Brick Nanobreadboards" ACS Photonics (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/elton_graugnard/41/