A superquenched DNAzyme-perylene complex: a convenient, universal and low-background strategy for fluorescence catalytic biosensors.

Abstract

Taking advantage of the super-quenching effect of the cationic perylene derivative on adjacent fluorophores, we for the first time reported a DNAzyme-perylene complex-based strategy for constructing fluorescence catalytic biosensors with improved sensitivity.

DOI: 10.1039/c3cc43054e

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@article{Fu2013ASD, title={A superquenched DNAzyme-perylene complex: a convenient, universal and low-background strategy for fluorescence catalytic biosensors.}, author={Ting Fu and Xu-Hua Zhao and Hua-Rong Bai and Zi-long Zhao and Rong Hu and Rongmei Kong and Xiaobing Zhang and Weihong Tan and Ruqin Yu}, journal={Chemical communications}, year={2013}, volume={49 59}, pages={6644-6} }