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A highly selective G-quadruplex-based luminescent switch-on probe for the detection of gene deletion
He H.-Z.; Chan D.S.-H.; Leung C.-H.; Ma D.-L.
2012
Source PublicationChemical Communications
ISSN13597345
Volume48Issue:76Pages:9462
AbstractA G-quadruplex-based switch-on luminescence assay has been developed for the detection of gene deletion using a cyclometallated iridium(iii) complex as a G-quadruplex-selective probe. Upon hybridization with the target DNA, the two split G-quadruplex-forming sequences assemble into a split G-quadruplex, which greatly enhances the luminescence emission of the iridium(iii) probe. The assay is simple and highly selective. © 2012 The Royal Society of Chemistry.
DOI10.1039/c2cc32253f
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Language英语
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He H.-Z.,Chan D.S.-H.,Leung C.-H.,et al. A highly selective G-quadruplex-based luminescent switch-on probe for the detection of gene deletion[J]. Chemical Communications,2012,48(76):9462.
APA He H.-Z.,Chan D.S.-H.,Leung C.-H.,&Ma D.-L..(2012).A highly selective G-quadruplex-based luminescent switch-on probe for the detection of gene deletion.Chemical Communications,48(76),9462.
MLA He H.-Z.,et al."A highly selective G-quadruplex-based luminescent switch-on probe for the detection of gene deletion".Chemical Communications 48.76(2012):9462.
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