To visualize their DNA polyhedra, the scientists used DNA-PAINT, in which short strands of DNA (yellow) labeled with a fluorescent chemical (green) bind and release partner strands on polyhedra corners, causing them to blink. The blinking corners reveal the shape of structures too small to be seen with a conventional light microscope.
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