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A Reusable Pb2+ Detecting Aptasensor Employing a Gold Nanorod-DNAzyme Conjugate
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A Reusable Pb2+ Detecting Aptasensor Employing a Gold Nanorod-DNAzyme Conjugate
Lee, Jayeon; Ha, Tai Hwan;
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Here, we demonstrated a detecting aptasensor using -sensitive DNAzyme-conjugated gold nanorods (GNRs). Fluorescent DNA substrates that were initially quenched by GNRs, are released in response to ions to give a substantial fluorescence signal. The GNR-tethered DNAzyme is reusable at least three times with a LOD of 50 nM.
DNAzyme;Heavy metal ions;Gold nanorod;Aptamer;
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