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DNA nanotubes for NMR structure determination of membrane proteins.
DNA-nanotube-induced alignment of membrane proteins for NMR structure determination.
Controlled Co-reconstitution of Multiple Membrane Proteins in Lipid Bilayer Nanodiscs Using DNA as a Scaffold.
NMR Structure Determination of Membrane Proteins Enabled by DNA Nanotubes
Designing DNA Nanotube Liquid Crystals as a Weak-Alignment Medium for NMR Structure Determination of Membrane Proteins.
DNA-Corralled Nanodiscs for the Structural and Functional Characterization of Membrane Proteins and Viral Entry.
DNA-corralled nanodiscs for study of large membrane proteins and their complexes
Large Nanodiscs: A Potential Game Changer in Structural Biology of Membrane Protein Complexes and Virus Entry.