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    a Schematic showing the crawler concept. A crawler roams around a molecular landscape and generates a record that reflects the trajectory. b Anatomy of a probe. See text for details. c Basic mechanism of operation. The top row depicts the unit operation in a single probe. A primer (strand ‘a’) binds the primer-binding domain (a*) and gets elongated by a <t>polymerase</t> along the template. The newly synthesized part competes with the existing strand and can be displaced, exposing a new primer (domain ‘b’); the a–a* pair (16 bp) is stable ( T m ~= 60 °C) at the operating temperature (room temp.) and remains bound. The new primer can initiate a next reaction, as shown in the middle row, with another probe nearby (typically within tens of nanometers; tunable). When three probes are in proximity as in the bottom row, a series of reactions yields an extended crawler spanning across the three probes. Upon binding and extension of a release primer, a record can be released into the solution, which also returns the probes to their original state.
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    a Schematic showing the crawler concept. A crawler roams around a molecular landscape and generates a record that reflects the trajectory. b Anatomy of a probe. See text for details. c Basic mechanism of operation. The top row depicts the unit operation in a single probe. A primer (strand ‘a’) binds the primer-binding domain (a*) and gets elongated by a polymerase along the template. The newly synthesized part competes with the existing strand and can be displaced, exposing a new primer (domain ‘b’); the a–a* pair (16 bp) is stable ( T m ~= 60 °C) at the operating temperature (room temp.) and remains bound. The new primer can initiate a next reaction, as shown in the middle row, with another probe nearby (typically within tens of nanometers; tunable). When three probes are in proximity as in the bottom row, a series of reactions yields an extended crawler spanning across the three probes. Upon binding and extension of a release primer, a record can be released into the solution, which also returns the probes to their original state.
    Figure Legend Snippet: a Schematic showing the crawler concept. A crawler roams around a molecular landscape and generates a record that reflects the trajectory. b Anatomy of a probe. See text for details. c Basic mechanism of operation. The top row depicts the unit operation in a single probe. A primer (strand ‘a’) binds the primer-binding domain (a*) and gets elongated by a polymerase along the template. The newly synthesized part competes with the existing strand and can be displaced, exposing a new primer (domain ‘b’); the a–a* pair (16 bp) is stable ( T m ~= 60 °C) at the operating temperature (room temp.) and remains bound. The new primer can initiate a next reaction, as shown in the middle row, with another probe nearby (typically within tens of nanometers; tunable). When three probes are in proximity as in the bottom row, a series of reactions yields an extended crawler spanning across the three probes. Upon binding and extension of a release primer, a record can be released into the solution, which also returns the probes to their original state.

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    a Schematic showing the crawler concept. A crawler roams around a molecular landscape and generates a record that reflects the trajectory. b Anatomy of a probe. See text for details. c Basic mechanism of operation. The top row depicts the unit operation in a single probe. A primer (strand ‘a’) binds the primer-binding domain (a*) and gets elongated by a <t>polymerase</t> along the template. The newly synthesized part competes with the existing strand and can be displaced, exposing a new primer (domain ‘b’); the a–a* pair (16 bp) is stable ( T m ~= 60 °C) at the operating temperature (room temp.) and remains bound. The new primer can initiate a next reaction, as shown in the middle row, with another probe nearby (typically within tens of nanometers; tunable). When three probes are in proximity as in the bottom row, a series of reactions yields an extended crawler spanning across the three probes. Upon binding and extension of a release primer, a record can be released into the solution, which also returns the probes to their original state.
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    a Schematic showing the crawler concept. A crawler roams around a molecular landscape and generates a record that reflects the trajectory. b Anatomy of a probe. See text for details. c Basic mechanism of operation. The top row depicts the unit operation in a single probe. A primer (strand ‘a’) binds the primer-binding domain (a*) and gets elongated by a polymerase along the template. The newly synthesized part competes with the existing strand and can be displaced, exposing a new primer (domain ‘b’); the a–a* pair (16 bp) is stable ( T m ~= 60 °C) at the operating temperature (room temp.) and remains bound. The new primer can initiate a next reaction, as shown in the middle row, with another probe nearby (typically within tens of nanometers; tunable). When three probes are in proximity as in the bottom row, a series of reactions yields an extended crawler spanning across the three probes. Upon binding and extension of a release primer, a record can be released into the solution, which also returns the probes to their original state.
    Figure Legend Snippet: a Schematic showing the crawler concept. A crawler roams around a molecular landscape and generates a record that reflects the trajectory. b Anatomy of a probe. See text for details. c Basic mechanism of operation. The top row depicts the unit operation in a single probe. A primer (strand ‘a’) binds the primer-binding domain (a*) and gets elongated by a polymerase along the template. The newly synthesized part competes with the existing strand and can be displaced, exposing a new primer (domain ‘b’); the a–a* pair (16 bp) is stable ( T m ~= 60 °C) at the operating temperature (room temp.) and remains bound. The new primer can initiate a next reaction, as shown in the middle row, with another probe nearby (typically within tens of nanometers; tunable). When three probes are in proximity as in the bottom row, a series of reactions yields an extended crawler spanning across the three probes. Upon binding and extension of a release primer, a record can be released into the solution, which also returns the probes to their original state.

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    a Schematic showing the crawler concept. A crawler roams around a molecular landscape and generates a record that reflects the trajectory. b Anatomy of a probe. See text for details. c Basic mechanism of operation. The top row depicts the unit operation in a single probe. A primer (strand ‘a’) binds the primer-binding domain (a*) and gets elongated by a <t>polymerase</t> along the template. The newly synthesized part competes with the existing strand and can be displaced, exposing a new primer (domain ‘b’); the a–a* pair (16 bp) is stable ( T m ~= 60 °C) at the operating temperature (room temp.) and remains bound. The new primer can initiate a next reaction, as shown in the middle row, with another probe nearby (typically within tens of nanometers; tunable). When three probes are in proximity as in the bottom row, a series of reactions yields an extended crawler spanning across the three probes. Upon binding and extension of a release primer, a record can be released into the solution, which also returns the probes to their original state.
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    a Schematic showing the crawler concept. A crawler roams around a molecular landscape and generates a record that reflects the trajectory. b Anatomy of a probe. See text for details. c Basic mechanism of operation. The top row depicts the unit operation in a single probe. A primer (strand ‘a’) binds the primer-binding domain (a*) and gets elongated by a <t>polymerase</t> along the template. The newly synthesized part competes with the existing strand and can be displaced, exposing a new primer (domain ‘b’); the a–a* pair (16 bp) is stable ( T m ~= 60 °C) at the operating temperature (room temp.) and remains bound. The new primer can initiate a next reaction, as shown in the middle row, with another probe nearby (typically within tens of nanometers; tunable). When three probes are in proximity as in the bottom row, a series of reactions yields an extended crawler spanning across the three probes. Upon binding and extension of a release primer, a record can be released into the solution, which also returns the probes to their original state.
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    a Schematic showing the crawler concept. A crawler roams around a molecular landscape and generates a record that reflects the trajectory. b Anatomy of a probe. See text for details. c Basic mechanism of operation. The top row depicts the unit operation in a single probe. A primer (strand ‘a’) binds the primer-binding domain (a*) and gets elongated by a <t>polymerase</t> along the template. The newly synthesized part competes with the existing strand and can be displaced, exposing a new primer (domain ‘b’); the a–a* pair (16 bp) is stable ( T m ~= 60 °C) at the operating temperature (room temp.) and remains bound. The new primer can initiate a next reaction, as shown in the middle row, with another probe nearby (typically within tens of nanometers; tunable). When three probes are in proximity as in the bottom row, a series of reactions yields an extended crawler spanning across the three probes. Upon binding and extension of a release primer, a record can be released into the solution, which also returns the probes to their original state.
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    a Schematic showing the crawler concept. A crawler roams around a molecular landscape and generates a record that reflects the trajectory. b Anatomy of a probe. See text for details. c Basic mechanism of operation. The top row depicts the unit operation in a single probe. A primer (strand ‘a’) binds the primer-binding domain (a*) and gets elongated by a polymerase along the template. The newly synthesized part competes with the existing strand and can be displaced, exposing a new primer (domain ‘b’); the a–a* pair (16 bp) is stable ( T m ~= 60 °C) at the operating temperature (room temp.) and remains bound. The new primer can initiate a next reaction, as shown in the middle row, with another probe nearby (typically within tens of nanometers; tunable). When three probes are in proximity as in the bottom row, a series of reactions yields an extended crawler spanning across the three probes. Upon binding and extension of a release primer, a record can be released into the solution, which also returns the probes to their original state.

    Journal: Nature Communications

    Article Title: Molecular robotic agents that survey molecular landscapes for information retrieval

    doi: 10.1038/s41467-024-46978-2

    Figure Lengend Snippet: a Schematic showing the crawler concept. A crawler roams around a molecular landscape and generates a record that reflects the trajectory. b Anatomy of a probe. See text for details. c Basic mechanism of operation. The top row depicts the unit operation in a single probe. A primer (strand ‘a’) binds the primer-binding domain (a*) and gets elongated by a polymerase along the template. The newly synthesized part competes with the existing strand and can be displaced, exposing a new primer (domain ‘b’); the a–a* pair (16 bp) is stable ( T m ~= 60 °C) at the operating temperature (room temp.) and remains bound. The new primer can initiate a next reaction, as shown in the middle row, with another probe nearby (typically within tens of nanometers; tunable). When three probes are in proximity as in the bottom row, a series of reactions yields an extended crawler spanning across the three probes. Upon binding and extension of a release primer, a record can be released into the solution, which also returns the probes to their original state.

    Article Snippet: To the chamber, a 40 μl solution containing Bst polymerase large fragment (NEB, Cat. No. M0275S), dNTP (NEB, Cat. No. N0447S), and relevant primer mixes in 1× ThermoPol reaction buffer was added and incubated for 1 h at RT.

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