The sections in this article are 1 Introduction 2 Bio-self-assembly and Motivation 3 Fundamentals of the Bio-building Blocks 3.1 DNA 3.2 Proteins 4 Interconnection, Self-assembly and Device Implementation 4.1 Interconnecting Molecules 4.2 Delivering Molecules 5 Devices Based on DNA and DNA Bases 5.1 Charge Transfer in DNA 5.2 DNA Conductivity 5.2.1 Near-ohmic Behavior (Activated Hopping Conductor) 5.2.2 Semiconducting (Bandgap) Behavior 5.2.3 Insulating Behavior 5.2.4 Discussion of DNA Conductivity 5.2.5 Other Applications of DNA in Molecular Electronics 6 Devices Based on Proteins 7 Conclusions 8 Acknowledgments

Nanobioelectronics

RINALDI, Rosaria;MARUCCIO, Giuseppe
2006

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The sections in this article are 1 Introduction 2 Bio-self-assembly and Motivation 3 Fundamentals of the Bio-building Blocks 3.1 DNA 3.2 Proteins 4 Interconnection, Self-assembly and Device Implementation 4.1 Interconnecting Molecules 4.2 Delivering Molecules 5 Devices Based on DNA and DNA Bases 5.1 Charge Transfer in DNA 5.2 DNA Conductivity 5.2.1 Near-ohmic Behavior (Activated Hopping Conductor) 5.2.2 Semiconducting (Bandgap) Behavior 5.2.3 Insulating Behavior 5.2.4 Discussion of DNA Conductivity 5.2.5 Other Applications of DNA in Molecular Electronics 6 Devices Based on Proteins 7 Conclusions 8 Acknowledgments
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