Desigaux, L., Ben Belkacem, M., Richard, P., Cellier, J., Leone, P., Cario, L., Leroux, F., Taviot-Gueho, C. & Pitard, B. (2006) Self-assembly and characterization of layered double hydroxide/DNA hybrids. Nano Lett. 6 199–204.
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Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 1530-6984
Clé BibTeX: Desigaux2006
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Mots-clés: cationic lipids, dna, gene delivery
Créateurs: Ben Belkacem, Cario, Cellier, Desigaux, Leone, Leroux, Pitard, Richard, Taviot-Gueho
Collection: Nano Lett.
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The purpose of this study was to control the fabrication of new labile supramolecular assemblies by formulating associations of DNA molecules with inorganic layered double hydroxides (LDHs). The results show that LDH/DNA hybrids synthesized by a coprecipitation route involving the in situ formation of LDHs around DNA molecules acting as templates were characterized by a lamellar organization, with DNA molecules sandwiched between hydroxide layers, exhibiting a regular spacing of 1.96 nm. Our results indicate that labile complexes resulting from the association of nucleic acids and inorganic materials can be obtained not only by anion exchange but also by a direct self-assembly route.
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