Prediction and Control in DNA Nanotechnology
ACS Applied Bio Materials
DNA nanotechnology is a rapidly developing field that uses DNA as a building material for nanoscale structures. Key to the field's development has been the ability to accurately describe the behavior of DNA nanostructures using simulations and other modeling techniques. In this Review, we present various aspects of prediction and control in DNA nanotechnology, including the various scales of molecular simulation, statistical mechanics, kinetic modeling, continuum mechanics, and other prediction methods. We also address the current uses of artificial intelligence and machine learning in DNA nanotechnology. We discuss how experiments and modeling are synergistically combined to provide control over device behavior, allowing scientists to design molecular structures and dynamic devices with confidence that they will function as intended. Finally, we identify processes and scenarios where DNA nanotechnology lacks sufficient prediction ability and suggest possible solutions to thes
DeLuca, Marcello; Sensale, Sebastian; Lin, Po-An; and Arya, Gaurav, "Prediction and Control in DNA Nanotechnology" (2023). Physics Faculty Publications. 433.