His primary scientific interests are in Nanotechnology, DNA, Self-assembly, Dna nanostructures and Crystallography. His study in Nanotechnology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both DNA nanotechnology and Tensegrity. His DNA research includes themes of Molecular biology, Colloidal gold and Stereochemistry.
His Dna nanostructures research incorporates elements of Symmetry and Scanning probe microscopy. His work is dedicated to discovering how Crystallography, Sequence motif are connected with Hexagonal crystals and other disciplines. His study looks at the relationship between DNA origami and fields such as Sequence, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His primary areas of investigation include DNA, Nanotechnology, Self-assembly, DNA nanotechnology and Crystallography. His DNA study incorporates themes from Supramolecular chemistry, Biophysics, Stereochemistry and Drug delivery. His Nanostructure, Dna nanostructures and Nanoparticle study in the realm of Nanotechnology connects with subjects such as Nanocages.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Topology and Tensegrity. The various areas that Chengde Mao examines in his DNA nanotechnology study include Rational design, Sticky and blunt ends, DNA origami, Computational biology and DNA sequencing. His study in the field of Crystal and Crystal structure is also linked to topics like Atomic force microscopy.
Chengde Mao mostly deals with DNA, DNA nanotechnology, Nanotechnology, Self-assembly and Supramolecular chemistry. He is involved in the study of DNA that focuses on Base pair in particular. His research investigates the connection with DNA nanotechnology and areas like Small molecule which intersect with concerns in Hydrophobe and Molecular mass.
In general Nanotechnology study, his work on Dna nanostructures often relates to the realm of Covalent bond, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His work carried out in the field of Self-assembly brings together such families of science as Tetragonal crystal system, Topology, Colloidal gold and Nanostructure. His Nanostructure research includes themes of Isothermal process, Nanoparticle, Nucleic acid and Spermidine-DNA.
His main research concerns DNA, DNA nanotechnology, Drug delivery, Rational design and Nanotechnology. His study on DNA is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Aptamer. His DNA nanotechnology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Duplex, Melamine, Base pair, Hydrogen bond and Colloidal gold.
His work on Drug carrier is typically connected to Cancer cell as part of general Drug delivery study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Rational design research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, Computational biology, DNA sequencing and Molecular machine. His Nanotechnology research integrates issues from Sticky and blunt ends, Crystal and Ligation.
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Fluorescent carbon nanoparticles derived from candle soot.
Haipeng Liu;Tao Ye;Chengde Mao.
Angewandte Chemie (2007)
Hierarchical self-assembly of DNA into symmetric supramolecular polyhedra
Yu He;Tao Ye;Min Su;Chuan Zhang.
A nanomechanical device based on the B–Z transition of DNA
Chengde Mao;Weiqiong Sun;Zhiyong Shen;Nadrian C. Seeman.
From molecular to macroscopic via the rational design of a self-assembled 3D DNA crystal.
Jianping Zheng;Jens J. Birktoft;Yi Chen;Tong Wang.
Logical computation using algorithmic self-assembly of DNA triple-crossover molecules
Chengde Mao;Thomas H. LaBean;John H. Reif;Nadrian C. Seeman.
Designed Two-Dimensional DNA Holliday Junction Arrays Visualized by Atomic Force Microscopy
Chengde Mao;Weiqiong Sun;Nadrian C. Seeman.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1999)
Self-assembly of hexagonal DNA two-dimensional (2D) arrays.
Yu He;Yi Chen;Haipeng Liu;and Alexander E. Ribbe.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
A DNAzyme That Walks Processively and Autonomously along a One‐Dimensional Track
Ye Tian;Yu He;Yi Chen;Peng Yin.
Angewandte Chemie (2005)
Tensegrity: construction of rigid DNA triangles with flexible four-arm DNA junctions.
Dage Liu;Mingsheng Wang;Zhaoxiang Deng;Richard Walulu.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Assembly of Borromean rings from DNA
Chengde Mao;Weiqiong Sun;Nadrian C. Seeman.
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