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DNA nanomachines
J Bath, AJ Turberfield
Nature nanotechnology 2 (5), 275-284, 2007
11102007
A free-running DNA motor powered by a nicking enzyme.
J Bath, S Green, A Turberfield
Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English) 44 (28), 2005
4212005
A DNA-based molecular motor that can navigate a network of tracks
SFJ Wickham, J Bath, Y Katsuda, M Endo, K Hidaka, H Sugiyama, ...
Nature nanotechnology 7 (3), 169-173, 2012
3952012
Direct observation of stepwise movement of a synthetic molecular transporter
SFJ Wickham, M Endo, Y Katsuda, K Hidaka, J Bath, H Sugiyama, ...
Nature nanotechnology 6 (3), 166-169, 2011
3862011
Remote toehold: a mechanism for flexible control of DNA hybridization kinetics
AJ Genot, DY Zhang, J Bath, AJ Turberfield
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (7), 2177-2182, 2011
3092011
Self-assembly of chiral DNA nanotubes
JC Mitchell, JR Harris, J Malo, J Bath, AJ Turberfield
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (50), 16342-16343, 2004
2442004
Coordinated chemomechanical cycles: a mechanism for autonomous molecular motion
SJ Green, J Bath, AJ Turberfield
Physical review letters 101 (23), 238101, 2008
2422008
Role of Bacillus subtilis SpoIIIE in DNA transport across the mother cell-prespore division septum
J Bath, LJ Wu, J Errington, JC Wang
Science 290 (5493), 995-997, 2000
2352000
Programmable energy landscapes for kinetic control of DNA strand displacement
RRF Machinek, TE Ouldridge, NEC Haley, J Bath, AJ Turberfield
Nature communications 5 (1), 5324, 2014
2262014
Guiding the folding pathway of DNA origami
KE Dunn, F Dannenberg, TE Ouldridge, M Kwiatkowska, AJ Turberfield, ...
Nature 525 (7567), 82-86, 2015
1972015
Reversible logic circuits made of DNA
AJ Genot, J Bath, AJ Turberfield
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (50), 20080-20083, 2011
1882011
A programmable molecular robot
RA Muscat, J Bath, AJ Turberfield
Nano letters 11 (3), 982-987, 2011
1822011
Multistep DNA‐templated reactions for the synthesis of functional sequence controlled oligomers
ML McKee, PJ Milnes, J Bath, E Stulz, AJ Turberfield, RK O'Reilly
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 43 (49), 7948-7951, 2010
1752010
An autonomous molecular assembler for programmable chemical synthesis
W Meng, RA Muscat, ML McKee, PJ Milnes, AH El-Sagheer, J Bath, ...
Nature Chemistry 8 (6), 542-548, 2016
1472016
DNA transport in bacteria
J Errington, J Bath, LJ Wu
Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 2 (7), 538-545, 2001
1392001
Mechanism for a directional, processive, and reversible DNA motor.
J Bath, S Green, K Allen, A Turberfield
Small (Weinheim an der Bergstrasse, Germany) 5 (13), 2009
1372009
Topological selectivity in Xer site-specific recombination
SD Colloms, J Bath, DJ Sherratt
Cell 88 (6), 855-864, 1997
1321997
“Giant surfactants” created by the fast and efficient functionalization of a DNA tetrahedron with a temperature-responsive polymer
TR Wilks, J Bath, JW de Vries, JE Raymond, A Herrmann, AJ Turberfield, ...
ACS nano 7 (10), 8561-8572, 2013
1132013
Optimizing DNA nanotechnology through coarse-grained modeling: a two-footed DNA walker
TE Ouldridge, RL Hoare, AA Louis, JPK Doye, J Bath, AJ Turberfield
ACS nano 7 (3), 2479-2490, 2013
1112013
Programmable one-pot multistep organic synthesis using DNA junctions
ML McKee, PJ Milnes, J Bath, E Stulz, RK O’Reilly, AJ Turberfield
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (3), 1446-1449, 2012
892012
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