Dynamics in the Folding of Long DNA Chain under Strong Flow

This paper presents the study about the dynamics in the folding of long DNA under strong flow. Direct observation of the folding process of the tether... DNA - Hydrodynamics - Coils - Mechanical engineering - Chemistry - Biomedical engineering - Microfluidics - Compaction - Genomics - Bioinformatics - biocomputing - DNA - genomics - microfluidics - molecular biophysics - DNA chain under strong flow - folding process - tethered DNA molecule - microfluidic device - genomic DNA

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