Supplementary Materials

Rapid Folding of DNA into Nanoscale Shapes at Constant Temperature

Jean-Philippe J. Sobczak, Thomas G. Martin, Thomas Gerling, Hendrik Dietz

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Additional Data

Tables S1 to S17
Table S1 platelike object sequences
Table S2 bricklike object sequences
Table S3 gearlike sequences
Table S4 hinged-bar object sequences
Table S5 bricklike object sequence permutation 1 sequences
Table S6 bricklike object sequence permutation 2 sequences
Table S7 bricklike object with mismatches sequences
Table S8 bricklike object long staple strands sequences
Table S9 bricklike object moderate bend sequences
Table S10 bricklike object strong bend sequences
Table S11 bricklike object strand breaking variation A sequences
Table S12 bricklike object strand breaking variation B sequences
Table S13 bricklike object strand breaking variation C sequences
Table S14 bricklike object strand breaking variation D sequences
Table S15 bricklike object strand breaking variation E sequences
Table S16 bricklike object strand breaking variation F sequences
Table S17 single-layer rectangle sequences

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