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An enzyme-free amplified detection platform is described using the horseradish peroxidase (HRP)-mimicking DNAzyme as an amplifying label. Two hairpin structures that include three-fourths and… (More)
Engineered nucleic acid hairpin structures are used for the amplified analysis of low-molecular-weight substrates (adenosine monophosphate, AMP) or proteins (lysozyme). The hairpin structures consist… (More)
We report on the application of surface plasmon resonance (SPR), based on Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy in the mid-infrared wavelength range, for real-time and label-free sensing of… (More)
DNA tweezers are modified with two 10-nm sized Au NPs and one 5-nm sized Au NP. Upon treatment of the tweezers with fuel and antifuel nucleic acid strands, the switchable closure and opening of the… (More)
An oscillatory pH system is implemented to drive oscillatory pH-switchable DNA machines and to control pH-stimulated electron transfer at electrode surfaces. The oscillatory pH system drives the… (More)
The K(+) /18-crown-6-(or [2.2.2] cryptand)-stimulated formation and dissociation of G-quadruplex nanostructures lead to the cyclic and switchable photonic and electrocatalytic molecular devices.
The activities of Mg(2+)-dependent DNAzymes are reversibly switched by pH stimuli using the i-motif as an activating motif.
DNA strands consisting of programmed sequence-specific domains were synthesized by the rolling circle amplification (RCA) process. The spatial positioning of glucose oxidase (GOx) and of horseradish… (More)
The activities of Mg(2+)-dependent DNAzymes are reversibly switched by ion stimuli using the thymine-Hg(2+)-thymine complexes or cytosine-Ag(+)-cytosine complexes.
Two engineered DNA nanostructures consisting of a nucleic acid functional hairpin and a DNA "tweezers" assembly act as pH-switchable devices for the "ON-OFF" activation/deactivation of the… (More)