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An insight into the hybridization mechanism of hairpin DNA physically immobilized on chemically modified graphenes
There is an emerging interest in developing electrochemical DNA biosensors which rely on label-free protocols for the detection of DNA hybridization and polymorphism. Lately, many of them have been using DNA probes which ...
Biorecognition on graphene : physical, covalent, and affinity immobilization methods exhibiting dramatic differences
The preparation of biorecognition layers on the surface of a sensing platform is a very crucial step for the development of sensitive and selective biosensors. Different protocols have been used thus far for the immobilization ...
Transitional metal/chalcogen dependant interactions of hairpin DNA with transition metal dichalcogenides, MX2
Owing to the attractive properties that transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) display, they have found recent application in the fabrication of biosensing devices. These devices involve the immobilization of a recognition ...