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The above graph shows the amount of AuNP/DNA in each removed supernatant after centrifugation relative to the original amount of each in solution. It is evident that most of the free DNA is removed in the first supernatant. The DNA in each of the subsequent supernatants is likely attached to gold nanoparticles as they are being removed in similar ratios.




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