Ultrasensitive electrochemical detection of miRNA based on DNA strand displacement polymerization and Ca2+-dependent DNAzyme cleavage
An ultrasensitive electrochemical sensing strategy for the detection of miRNA is developed combining strand displacement polymerization and a DNAzyme-catalyzed cleavage reaction.
A thumb-size electrochemical system for portable sensors
A thumb-size and precise electrochemical system is designed for sensors in size and cost sensitive applications.
CIRDES: an efficient genome-wide method for in vivo RNA-RNA interactome analysis
Ultrasensitive detection of lung cancer-associated miRNAs by multiple primer-mediated rolling circle amplification coupled with a graphene oxide fluorescence-based (MPRCA-GO) sensor
MPRCA-GO sensor can detect low amount of miRNAs, which are biomarkers in cancer diagnosis.
Subsecond detection of guanosine using fast-scan cyclic voltammetry
We present the first electrochemical characterization of guanosine, a purinergic neuromodulator and neuroprotector, using fast-scan cyclic voltammetry at carbon-fiber microelectrodes.
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