DNA Origami Nanoantennas with over 5000-fold Fluorescence Enhancement and Single-Molecule Detection at 25 μM.

@article{Puchkova2015DNAON,
  title={DNA Origami Nanoantennas with over 5000-fold Fluorescence Enhancement and Single-Molecule Detection at 25 μM.},
  author={Anastasiya Puchkova and Carolin Vietz and Enrico Pibiri and Bettina W{\"u}nsch and Mar{\'i}a Sanz Paz and Guillermo P Acuna and Philip Tinnefeld},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2015},
  volume={15 12},
  pages={8354-9}
}
Optical nanoantennas are known to focus freely propagating light and reversely to mediate the emission of a light source located at the nanoantenna hotspot. These effects were previously exploited for fluorescence enhancement and single-molecule detection at elevated concentrations. We present a new generation of self-assembled DNA origami based optical nanoantennas with improved robustness, reduced interparticle distance, and optimized quantum-yield improvement to achieve more than 5000-fold… CONTINUE READING
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