Data from: An experimental study of the putative mechanism of a synthetic autonomous rotary DNA nanomotor

Katherine E. Dunn, Mark C. Leake, Adam J. M. Wollman, Martin A. Trefzer, Steven Johnson & Andy M. Tyrrell
DNA has been used to construct a wide variety of nanoscale molecular devices. Inspiration for such synthetic molecular machines is frequently drawn from protein motors, which are naturally occurring and ubiquitous. However, despite the fact that rotary motors such as ATP synthase and the bacterial flagellar motor play extremely important roles in nature, very few rotary devices have been constructed using DNA. This paper describes an experimental study of the putative mechanism of a rotary...
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