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Plant viruses as templates

The Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) is the textbook example for self-assembly of proteins. We work on additional assembly strategies, such as filling of the 4 nm wide channel by liquids and constructing ultrathin metal and oxide wires, e.g. for virus-based ferrofluids. Our chemical tools are molecular linkers.

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