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Post-synthesis modification of DNA is an important way of functionalizing DNA molecules. Herein, we describe a method that first enzymatically incorporates a cyanobenzothiazole (CBT)-modified… (More)
A second-generation sulfonyl azide-based fluorescent probe, 2,6-DNS-Az, has been developed for the quantitative detection of H2S in aqueous media such as phosphate buffer and bovine serum. Compare to… (More)
Substituted tetrazines have been found to undergo facile inverse electron demand Diels-Alder reactions with "tunable" reaction rates.
A long wavelength boronic acid-modified TTP (NB-TTP) has been synthesized and enzymatically incorporated into DNA. Such DNA shows intrinsic fluorescent changes upon carbohydrate addition.
DNA molecules are known to be important materials in sensing, aptamer selection, nanocomputing, and construction of unique architectures. The incorporation of modified nucleobases affords unique DNA… (More)
Post-synthesis DNA modification is a very useful method for DNA functionalization. This is achieved by using a modified NTP, which has a handle for further modifications, replacing the corresponding… (More)
The first chemical incorporation of the boronic acid group into DNA using a copper-free click reagent was reported. Compared with the PCR-based method, this approach allows for site-specific… (More)
Fluoride has been found to protect boronic acids from copper(i)-mediated decomposition; such findings should be very useful for the preparation of boronic acid-based carbohydrate sensors and boronic… (More)
Boronic acids are important in the organic and biological arenas. Thus, their identification and characterization are important. ESI-MS is a well-known tool for such uses. Herein we report a… (More)