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Mercury nanoladders: a new method for DNA amplification, signal identification and their application in the detection of Hg(ii) ions

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Abstract

A biosensor based on Hg(II) nanoladders integrated with graphene oxide (GO) for Hg(II) detection was developed. Nanoladders were essentially DNA sandwich structures supported by T–Hg(II)–T and were used for Hg(II) trapping and signal translation. GO was used to differentiate the fluorescence generated by Hg(II) nanoladders from a background signal.

Graphical abstract: Mercury nanoladders: a new method for DNA amplification, signal identification and their application in the detection of Hg(ii) ions

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Submitted
14 May 2018
Accepted
07 Jun 2018
First published
08 Jun 2018

Chem. Commun., 2018,54, 8036-8039
Article type
Communication

Mercury nanoladders: a new method for DNA amplification, signal identification and their application in the detection of Hg(II) ions

Y. Feng, X. Shao, K. Huang, J. Tian, X. Mei, Y. Luo and W. Xu, Chem. Commun., 2018, 54, 8036 DOI: 10.1039/C8CC03851A

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