Sarah M Schreiner

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Quantitative and reproducible data can be obtained from surface-based DNA sensors if variations in the conformation and surface density of immobilized single-stranded DNA capture probes are minimized. Both the conformation and surface density can be independently and deterministically controlled by taking advantage of the preferential adsorption of adenine(More)
The structure and stability of single- and double-stranded DNA hybrids immobilized on gold are strongly affected by nucleotide-surface interactions. To systematically analyze the effects of these interactions, a set of model DNA hybrids was prepared in conformations that ranged from end-tethered double-stranded to directly adsorbed single-stranded(More)
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