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Graphene oxide and enzyme-assisted dual-cycling amplification method for sensitive fluorometric determination of DNA

Mikrochimica Acta

Oct 28, 2019

Idorenyin IweJiahao Huang

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A fluorometric method is described for the determination of DNA. It involves the use of graphene oxide (GO), exonuclease III (Exo III), and two specially designed fluorophore-labeled hairpin probes (HP1 and HP2). Different from other GO-based DNA assays, the method takes advantage of th...read more

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Fluorometry
Graphene
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DNA Probes
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Primary Hemochromatosis - Hfe
Nucleotides
HFE gene
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Graphene oxide and enzyme-assisted dual-cycling amplification method for sensitive fluorometric determination of DNA

Mikrochimica Acta

Oct 28, 2019

Idorenyin IweJiahao Huang

PMID: 31654133

DOI: 10.1007/s00604-019-3825-7

Abstract

A fluorometric method is described for the determination of DNA. It involves the use of graphene oxide (GO), exonuclease III (Exo III), and two specially designed fluorophore-labeled hairpin probes (HP1 and HP2). Different from other GO-based DNA assays, the method takes advantage of th...read more

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