The International Society of RNA Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine (ISRNN) serves to further the development of a wide variety of functional nucleic acids and other related nanotechnology platforms. To aid in the dissemination of the most recent advancements, a biennial discussion focused on biomotors, viral assembly, and RNA nanobiotechnology has been established where international experts in interdisciplinary fields such as structural biology, biophysical chemistry, nanotechnology, cell and cancer biology, and pharmacology share their latest accomplishments and future perspectives. The results summarized here highlight advancements in our understanding of viral biology and the structure–function relationship of frame-shifting elements in genomic viral RNA, improvements in the predictions of SHAPE analysis of 3D RNA structures, and the understanding of dynamic RNA structures through a variety of experimental and computational means. Additionally, recent advances in the drug delivery, vaccine design, nanopore technologies, biomotor and biomachine development, DNA packaging, RNA nanotechnology, and drug delivery are included in this critical review. We emphasize some of the novel accomplishments, major discussion topics, and present current challenges and perspectives of these emerging fields.

Biomotors, viral assembly, and RNA nanobiotechnology: Current achievements and future directions / Rolband, Lewis; Beasock, Damian; Wang, Yang; Shu, Yao-Gen; Dinman, Jonathan D.; Schlick, Tamar; Zhou, Yaoqi; Kieft, Jeffrey S.; Chen, Shi-Jie; Bussi, Giovanni; Oukhaled, Abdelghani; Gao, Xingfa; Šulc, Petr; Binzel, Daniel; Bhullar, Abhjeet S.; Liang, Chenxi; Guo, Peixuan; Afonin, Kirill A.. - In: COMPUTATIONAL AND STRUCTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY JOURNAL. - ISSN 2001-0370. - 20:(2022), pp. 6120-6137. [10.1016/j.csbj.2022.11.007]

Biomotors, viral assembly, and RNA nanobiotechnology: Current achievements and future directions

Bussi, Giovanni;
2022-01-01

Abstract

The International Society of RNA Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine (ISRNN) serves to further the development of a wide variety of functional nucleic acids and other related nanotechnology platforms. To aid in the dissemination of the most recent advancements, a biennial discussion focused on biomotors, viral assembly, and RNA nanobiotechnology has been established where international experts in interdisciplinary fields such as structural biology, biophysical chemistry, nanotechnology, cell and cancer biology, and pharmacology share their latest accomplishments and future perspectives. The results summarized here highlight advancements in our understanding of viral biology and the structure–function relationship of frame-shifting elements in genomic viral RNA, improvements in the predictions of SHAPE analysis of 3D RNA structures, and the understanding of dynamic RNA structures through a variety of experimental and computational means. Additionally, recent advances in the drug delivery, vaccine design, nanopore technologies, biomotor and biomachine development, DNA packaging, RNA nanotechnology, and drug delivery are included in this critical review. We emphasize some of the novel accomplishments, major discussion topics, and present current challenges and perspectives of these emerging fields.
10.1016/j.csbj.2022.11.007
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36420155/
Rolband, Lewis; Beasock, Damian; Wang, Yang; Shu, Yao-Gen; Dinman, Jonathan D.; Schlick, Tamar; Zhou, Yaoqi; Kieft, Jeffrey S.; Chen, Shi-Jie; Bussi, Giovanni; Oukhaled, Abdelghani; Gao, Xingfa; Šulc, Petr; Binzel, Daniel; Bhullar, Abhjeet S.; Liang, Chenxi; Guo, Peixuan; Afonin, Kirill A.
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