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  • Fig. S1. DNA origami design for the independent revolution.
  • Fig. S2. TEM images of the DNA origami filaments without Au nanocrystals.
  • Fig. S3. Additional TEM images of the DNA origami–AuNR structures for independent revolution.
  • Fig. S4. Structure gallery for the averaged TEM image in Fig. 2D.
  • Fig. S5. Fluorophore design for the independent revolution.
  • Fig. S6. Detailed structural parameters for independent revolution.
  • Fig. S7. Kink formation in fluorescence.
  • Fig. S8. Reversibility of independent revolution.
  • Fig. S9. Control experiment to directly probe the intermediate states.
  • Fig. S10. Fit of rate constants from the control experiment.
  • Fig. S11. Calculated time-dependent fluorescence intensity for the intermediate state I.
  • Fig. S12. DNA origami design for the synchronous revolution and joint system.
  • Fig. S13. Fluorophore design for the synchronous revolution.
  • Fig. S14. Structure gallery for the averaged TEM image in Fig. 3D.
  • Fig. S15. Additional TEM images of the DNA origami–AuNR structures for synchronous revolution.
  • Fig. S16. Structure gallery for the average TEM image.
  • Fig. S17. Additional TEM images of the DNA origami–AuNR structures for synchronous revolution.
  • Fig. S18. In situ fluorescence intensity changes of ATTO 550 (blue) and ATTO 647 N (red) during synchronous revolution in two cycles.
  • Fig. S19. Design details of the footholds for joint motion.
  • Fig. S20. Additional TEM images of the DNA origami–AuNP structures for joint motion.
  • Fig. S21. Theoretical calculations of the fluorescence intensities of ATTO 550 and ATTO 647 N for the joint motion.
  • Table S1. Detailed sequences of the 12 foothold rows for independent revolution, synchronous revolution, and joint motion.
  • Table S2. Blocking strands (B) and removal strands (R).
  • Table S3. Samples added to drive the independent rotation for in situ fluorescence detection.
  • Table S4. Samples added to drive the synchronous motion for in situ fluorescence detection.
  • Table S5. Samples added to drive the joint motion for in situ fluorescence detection.
  • Supplementary Notes
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Other Supplementary Material for this manuscript includes the following:

  • Data S1 (Microsoft Excel format). Strands for the independent rotation.
  • Data S2 (Microsoft Excel format). Strands for the synchronous motion.
  • Data S3 (Microsoft Excel format). Strands for the joint motion.

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