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Ultrasensitive electrochemical DNA biosensor based on a tetrahedral structure and proximity-dependent surface hybridization

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Nov 14, 2019

Xuejiao WangCuiping Ma

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The DNA tetrahedron has developed a broad spectrum of applications in biosensor construction thanks to its excellent mechanical rigidity and structural stability. However, how to construct a highly sensitive biosensor using a DNA tetrahedron is still a challenge. In this work, an ultras...read more

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DNA Probes
Proximal Surface of Tooth
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Ferrocene
Enzyme Stability
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Tetrahedral Molecular Geometry
Proximal
Side of Head
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Ultrasensitive electrochemical DNA biosensor based on a tetrahedral structure and proximity-dependent surface hybridization

The Analyst

Nov 14, 2019

Xuejiao WangCuiping Ma

PMID: 31720590

DOI: 10.1039/c9an01897b

Abstract

The DNA tetrahedron has developed a broad spectrum of applications in biosensor construction thanks to its excellent mechanical rigidity and structural stability. However, how to construct a highly sensitive biosensor using a DNA tetrahedron is still a challenge. In this work, an ultras...read more

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Proximal Surface of Tooth
Environment
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Ferrocene
Enzyme Stability
Surface
Tetrahedral Molecular Geometry
Proximal
Side of Head

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