Thomas H. LaBean
Thomas H. LaBean
Professor, Materials Science & Engineering, North Carolina State University
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DNA-templated self-assembly of protein arrays and highly conductive nanowires
H Yan, SH Park, G Finkelstein, JH Reif, TH LaBean
science 301 (5641), 1882-1884, 2003
Logical computation using algorithmic self-assembly of DNA triple-crossover molecules
C Mao, TH LaBean, JH Reif, NC Seeman
Nature 407 (6803), 493-496, 2000
Construction, analysis, ligation, and self-assembly of DNA triple crossover complexes
TH LaBean, H Yan, J Kopatsch, F Liu, E Winfree, JH Reif, NC Seeman
Journal of the American Chemical Society 122 (9), 1848-1860, 2000
Visualizing and quantifying molecular goodness-of-fit: small-probe contact dots with explicit hydrogen atoms
JM Word, SC Lovell, TH LaBean, HC Taylor, ME Zalis, BK Presley, ...
Journal of molecular biology 285 (4), 1711-1733, 1999
DNA-based cryptography
A Gehani, T LaBean, J Reif
Aspects of molecular computing: essays dedicated to tom head, on the …, 2004
Programming DNA tube circumferences
P Yin, RF Hariadi, S Sahu, HMT Choi, SH Park, TH LaBean, JH Reif
Science 321 (5890), 824-826, 2008
DNA-templated self-assembly of protein and nanoparticle linear arrays
H Li, SH Park, JH Reif, TH LaBean, H Yan
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (2), 418-419, 2004
Directed nucleation assembly of DNA tile complexes for barcode-patterned lattices
H Yan, TH LaBean, L Feng, JH Reif
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (14), 8103-8108, 2003
DNA nanotubes self-assembled from triple-crossover tiles as templates for conductive nanowires
D Liu, SH Park, JH Reif, TH LaBean
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (3), 717-722, 2004
Finite‐size, fully addressable DNA tile lattices formed by hierarchical assembly procedures
SH Park, C Pistol, SJ Ahn, JH Reif, AR Lebeck, C Dwyer, TH LaBean
Angewandte Chemie 118 (5), 749-753, 2006
Programmable DNA self-assemblies for nanoscale organization of ligands and proteins
SH Park, P Yin, Y Liu, JH Reif, TH LaBean, H Yan
Nano Letters 5 (4), 729-733, 2005
DNA-programmed assembly of nanostructures
KV Gothelf, TH LaBean
Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 3 (22), 4023-4037, 2005
Three-helix bundle DNA tiles self-assemble into 2D lattice or 1D templates for silver nanowires
SH Park, R Barish, H Li, JH Reif, G Finkelstein, H Yan, TH LaBean
Nano letters 5 (4), 693-696, 2005
Nanofabrication by DNA self-assembly
H Li, JD Carter, TH LaBean
Materials Today 12 (5), 24-32, 2009
Toward larger DNA origami
AN Marchi, I Saaem, BN Vogen, S Brown, TH LaBean
Nano letters 14 (10), 5740-5747, 2014
Effect of protein fusion on the transition temperature of an environmentally responsive elastin‐like polypeptide: a role for surface hydrophobicity?
K Trabbic‐Carlson, DE Meyer, L Liu, R Piervincenzi, N Nath, T LaBean, ...
Protein Engineering Design and Selection 17 (1), 57-66, 2004
Constructing novel materials with DNA
TH LaBean, H Li
Nano today 2 (2), 26-35, 2007
Surface‐initiated polymerization on nanopatterns fabricated by electron‐beam lithography
SJ Ahn, M Kaholek, WK Lee, B LaMattina, TH LaBean, S Zauscher
Advanced Materials 16 (23‐24), 2141-2145, 2004
Connecting the nanodots: programmable nanofabrication of fused metal shapes on DNA templates
M Pilo-Pais, S Goldberg, E Samano, TH LaBean, G Finkelstein
Nano letters 11 (8), 3489-3492, 2011
Reconfigurable core− satellite nanoassemblies as molecularly-driven plasmonic switches
DS Sebba, JJ Mock, DR Smith, TH LaBean, AA Lazarides
Nano letters 8 (7), 1803-1808, 2008
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