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Investigating the Blocking Effect of Alkanethiol Self-assembled Monolayer on Electrochemical Response of the Split Gq-based DNA-NTs-based Biosensor (Supporting Information)

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posted on 2024-01-25, 04:17 authored by Kotaro KATO, Naoki NARISAWA, Hisakage FUNABASHI, Kuniaki NAGAMINE

The split G-quadruplex-based DNA-nanotweezwers-based electrochemical DNA sensor was characterized by focusing on the blocking ability of the mixed self-assembled monolayer (SAM) against the nonspecific adsorption of hemin and the direct reduction of oxygen on a gold electrode. We found that the mixed SAM composed of MCH and MHA (concentration of each alkanethiol in SAM formation solution was 1.0 mM : 0.1 mM) effectively suppressed the nonspecific adsorption of hemin and the direct reduction of oxygen on the gold electrode.

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Development of visual biosensing method for living solid surface

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

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nagamine@yz.yamagata-u.ac.jp

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