Jean-Philippe is a DNA origami designer, research scientist, and CEO at tilibit nanosystems. Jean-Philippe's expertise lies in the investigation of the DNA origami folding process.
Philip is a DNA origami designer and research scientist at tilibit nanosystems. Philip is experienced in the folding of complex and functional DNA origami structures and multimer assemblies, as well as electron microscopy imaging and single particle measurements.
Klaus is a DNA origami designer and research scientist at tilibit nanosystems. Klaus is experienced in the folding of complex and functional DNA origami structures and multimer assemblies, as well as electron microscopy (negative stain and cryo) and single particle analysis and reconstruction.
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