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An ultrasensitive electrochemical biosensor for detection of DNA species related to oral cancer based on nuclease-assisted target recycling and amplification of DNAzyme

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A simple, label-free, ultra-highly sensitive and selective electrochemical sensor based on nuclease-assisted target recycling and DNAzyme for the detection of DNA species related to oral cancer in saliva is developed.

Graphical abstract: An ultrasensitive electrochemical biosensor for detection of DNA species related to oral cancer based on nuclease-assisted target recycling and amplification of DNAzyme

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Submitted
06 Apr 2011
Accepted
17 May 2011
First published
14 Jun 2011

Chem. Commun., 2011,47, 8004-8006
Article type
Communication

An ultrasensitive electrochemical biosensor for detection of DNA species related to oral cancer based on nuclease-assisted target recycling and amplification of DNAzyme

J. Chen, J. Zhang, Y. Guo, J. Li, F. Fu, H. Yang and G. Chen, Chem. Commun., 2011, 47, 8004 DOI: 10.1039/C1CC11929J

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