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MnO2-Nanosheet-Powered Protective Janus DNA Nanomachines Supporting Robust RNA Imaging EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 90 (3) , 2271-2276 | ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
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Both biomarker and probe degradations cause serious false assay results. However, protecting a target or a target and a probe simultaneously has rarely been explored. Herein, MnO2-nanosheet-powered target- and probe-protective Janus DNA nanomachines are reported. It is formed in living cells by an RNA-responsive assembly of two chemically modified DNA partzymes and one substrate probe. MnO2 nanosheets are used to facilitate the cellular uptake of DNA reagents and generate Mn2+, which are indispensable DNAzyme cofactors for efficient catalytic cleavage. We find that DNA partzymes with modified sugar moieties (e.g., LNA or ones with 2'-O-methylation) protect the RNA of RNA DNA hybrids from RNase H degradation. LNA blocks RNase H recruitment on the hybrid best because of its 2'-O, 4'-C methylene bridge structure. In contrast, modifications at DNA phosphate moieties fail to protect the RNA. RNA protection can exclude target-degradation-induced false negative results. In addition, the phosphorothioate-modified substrate probe is known to resist nuclease degradation, which minimizes false positive interference. Compared to canonical DNA systems without chemical modifications, the protective Janus nanomachine avoids false results and supports robust RNA imaging.

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GB/T 7714 Chen, Feng , Bai, Min , Zhao, Yue et al. MnO2-Nanosheet-Powered Protective Janus DNA Nanomachines Supporting Robust RNA Imaging [J]. | ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY , 2018 , 90 (3) : 2271-2276 .
MLA Chen, Feng et al. "MnO2-Nanosheet-Powered Protective Janus DNA Nanomachines Supporting Robust RNA Imaging" . | ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 90 . 3 (2018) : 2271-2276 .
APA Chen, Feng , Bai, Min , Zhao, Yue , Cao, Ke , Cao, Xiaowen , Zhao, Yongxi . MnO2-Nanosheet-Powered Protective Janus DNA Nanomachines Supporting Robust RNA Imaging . | ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY , 2018 , 90 (3) , 2271-2276 .
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A Forster Resonance Energy Transfer Ratiometric Probe Based on Quantum Dot-Cresyl Violet for Imaging Hydrogen Sulfide in Living Cells SCIE CSCD
期刊论文 | 2018 , 46 (1) , 39-47 | CHINESE JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
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Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) has been confirmed as a significant endogenous gaseous signaling molecule involved in various physiological processes. To monitor H2S in living cells, a Forster resonance energy transfer ( FRET) ratiometric probe based on quantum dot. cresyl violet was developed. In this work, quantum dot nanospheres (QDS) were firstly synthesized via a facile ultrasonication emulsion strategy, and the mixture chloroform solution containing hydrophobic quantum dots and COOH-functionalized amphiphilic polymer were successfully transferred into the oil. in. water micelle. The negatively charged quantum dot nanospheres with quantum dots embedded in the polymer matrixes were successfully fabricated after the evaporation of chloroform. And then, these quantum dot nanospheres were condensed with positively charged cresyl violet. azide (CV-N-3) via electrostatic interaction to obtain the QDS-N-3 complexes. The as. prepared QDS-N-3 complexes were monodispersed nanospheres with an average diameter of about 120 nm. These complexes were taken up by the cell through endocytosis, and they were still stable even in wide pH range. In addition, the QDS-N-3 complexes exhibited no cellular toxicity which was verified by MTT assay. In this ratiometric probe, CV-N-3 as a FRET acceptor was conjugated to quantum dot nanospheres. The quantum dots emitted at 591 nm and served as the FRET donor; once the aryl azide on the CV-N-3 was reduced to aniline by H2S, the probe emitted at 620 nm. The ratiometric probe allowed the elimination of interference of excitation intensity, intracellular environment and other factors. Furthermore, this method also offered a general protocol for preparing nanosensors for monitoring various small molecular in living cells.

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Cell imaging Cresyl violet Quantum dot Hydrogen sulfide Ratiometric fluorescence

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GB/T 7714 Bai Min , Cao Xiao-Wen , Chen Feng et al. A Forster Resonance Energy Transfer Ratiometric Probe Based on Quantum Dot-Cresyl Violet for Imaging Hydrogen Sulfide in Living Cells [J]. | CHINESE JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY , 2018 , 46 (1) : 39-47 .
MLA Bai Min et al. "A Forster Resonance Energy Transfer Ratiometric Probe Based on Quantum Dot-Cresyl Violet for Imaging Hydrogen Sulfide in Living Cells" . | CHINESE JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 46 . 1 (2018) : 39-47 .
APA Bai Min , Cao Xiao-Wen , Chen Feng , Zhao Yue , Zhao Yong-Xi . A Forster Resonance Energy Transfer Ratiometric Probe Based on Quantum Dot-Cresyl Violet for Imaging Hydrogen Sulfide in Living Cells . | CHINESE JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY , 2018 , 46 (1) , 39-47 .
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Engineered Janus probes modulate nucleic acid amplification to expand the dynamic range for direct detection of viral genomes in one microliter crude serum samples EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 9 (2) , 392-397 | CHEMICAL SCIENCE
WoS CC Cited Count: 5
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The viral genome load in diverse clinical samples varies over several orders of magnitude (e.g. 1-10(4) copies per mu L), thus a dynamic range-extended and sensitive analysis method is highly desired. However, existing well-developed nucleic acid amplification systems always suffer from either a limited dynamic range or modest sensitivity for analysis of these samples. Herein, we propose a general engineered Janus probe to modulate the thermodynamics and kinetic properties of the amplification reaction. Through rational regulation, the Janus system improves the performance by both reducing the background and enhancing the signal, expanding the operative dynamic range by 2 orders of magnitude. This proposed approach achieves a detection limit for hepatitis B virus (HBV) DNA of down to 3 copies and can be successfully applied for direct quantification of the HBV genome in one microliter crude serum samples without any pretreatment. The results are consistent with clinical diagnosis and hold considerable potential to discriminate healthy volunteers and patients at different disease stages. Whereas, following the same operation, the representative well-developed system provided serious false-negative results using such trace amounts of samples from clinically confirmed positive patients.

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GB/T 7714 Zhao, Yue , Chen, Feng , Qin, Jing et al. Engineered Janus probes modulate nucleic acid amplification to expand the dynamic range for direct detection of viral genomes in one microliter crude serum samples [J]. | CHEMICAL SCIENCE , 2018 , 9 (2) : 392-397 .
MLA Zhao, Yue et al. "Engineered Janus probes modulate nucleic acid amplification to expand the dynamic range for direct detection of viral genomes in one microliter crude serum samples" . | CHEMICAL SCIENCE 9 . 2 (2018) : 392-397 .
APA Zhao, Yue , Chen, Feng , Qin, Jing , Wei, Jing , Wu, Wenhua , Zhao, Yongxi . Engineered Janus probes modulate nucleic acid amplification to expand the dynamic range for direct detection of viral genomes in one microliter crude serum samples . | CHEMICAL SCIENCE , 2018 , 9 (2) , 392-397 .
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Sol-Gel Synthesis of Metal-Phenolic Coordination Spheres and Their Derived Carbon Composites EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 57 (31) , 9838-9843 | ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION
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A formaldehyde-assisted metal-ligand crosslinking strategy is used for the synthesis of metal-phenolic coordination spheres based on sol-gel chemistry. A range of mono-metal (Co, Fe, Al, Ni, Cu, Zn, Ce), bi-metal (Fe-Co, Co-Zn) and multi-metal (Fe-Co-Ni-Cu-Zn) species can be incorporated into the frameworks of the colloidal spheres. The formation of coordination spheres involves the pre-crosslinking of plant polyphenol (such as tannic acid) by formaldehyde in alkaline ethanol/water solvents, followed by the aggregation assembly of polyphenol oligomers via metal-ligand crosslinking. The coordination spheres can be used as sensors for the analysis of nucleic acid variants with single-nucleotide discrimination, and a versatile precursor for electrode materials with high electrocatalytic performance.

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colloidal spheres coordination polymers plant polyphenol sol-gel chemistry electrocatalysis

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GB/T 7714 Wei, Jing , Wang, Gen , Chen, Feng et al. Sol-Gel Synthesis of Metal-Phenolic Coordination Spheres and Their Derived Carbon Composites [J]. | ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION , 2018 , 57 (31) : 9838-9843 .
MLA Wei, Jing et al. "Sol-Gel Synthesis of Metal-Phenolic Coordination Spheres and Their Derived Carbon Composites" . | ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION 57 . 31 (2018) : 9838-9843 .
APA Wei, Jing , Wang, Gen , Chen, Feng , Bai, Min , Liang, Yan , Wang, Huanting et al. Sol-Gel Synthesis of Metal-Phenolic Coordination Spheres and Their Derived Carbon Composites . | ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION , 2018 , 57 (31) , 9838-9843 .
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Polydopamine@Gold Nanowaxberry Enabling Improved SERS Sensing of Pesticides, Pollutants, and Explosives in Complex Samples EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 90 (15) , 9048-9054 | ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
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Surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) is a promising analysis technique for detecting various analytes in complex samples due to its unique vibrational fingerprints and high signal enhancement. However, impurity interference and substrate unreliability are direct suppression factors for practical application. Herein, we synthesize polydopamine@gold (PDA@Au) nanowaxberry, where Au nanoparticles are deposited on the surface of PDA sphere with high density and uniformity. Seed-mediated synthesis is used for fabrication of nanowaxberry. Au seeds are deposited on the surface of PDA sphere, then I ion coordinating ligand is employed to form stable AuI4- complex with AuCl4-, which decreases reduction potential of AuCl4- and avails formation of shell structure. Such nanowaxberry has high density of voids and gaps in three-dimensional space, which could absorb analytes and benefit practical SERS detection. Using malachite green as a model analyte, nanowaxberry realizes highly sensitive detection with low limit of detection (1 pM) and good reproducibility (relative standard deviation of about 10%). Meanwhile, the nanowaxberry is employed for practical detection of thiram, benzidine, and 2,4-dinitrotoluene in the environmental water, juice, apple peel, and soil. The high performance makes nanowaxberry to be potentially used for pesticides detection, pollutants monitoring, and forbidden explosives sensing in complex samples.

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GB/T 7714 Chen, Dongzhen , Zhu, Xiaodong , Huang, Jian et al. Polydopamine@Gold Nanowaxberry Enabling Improved SERS Sensing of Pesticides, Pollutants, and Explosives in Complex Samples [J]. | ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY , 2018 , 90 (15) : 9048-9054 .
MLA Chen, Dongzhen et al. "Polydopamine@Gold Nanowaxberry Enabling Improved SERS Sensing of Pesticides, Pollutants, and Explosives in Complex Samples" . | ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 90 . 15 (2018) : 9048-9054 .
APA Chen, Dongzhen , Zhu, Xiaodong , Huang, Jian , Wang, Gen , Zhao, Yue , Chen, Feng et al. Polydopamine@Gold Nanowaxberry Enabling Improved SERS Sensing of Pesticides, Pollutants, and Explosives in Complex Samples . | ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY , 2018 , 90 (15) , 9048-9054 .
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A Förster Resonance Energy Transfer Ratiometric Probe Based on Quantum Dot-Cresyl Violet for Imaging Hydrogen Sulfide in Living Cells EI Scopus CSCD
期刊论文 | 2018 , 46 (1) , 39-47 | Chinese Journal of Analytical Chemistry
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Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) has been confirmed as a significant endogenous gaseous signaling molecule involved in various physiological processes. In order to monitor H2S in living cells, a Forster resonance energy transfer (FRET) ratiometric probe based on quantum dot-cresyl violet was developed. In this work, the quantum dot nanospheres via a facile ultrasonication emulsion strategy, and the mixture chloroform solution containing hydrophobic quantum dots and COOH-functionalized amphiphilic polymer were successfully transferred into the oil-in-water micelle. The negatively charged quantum dot nanospheres with quantum dots embedded in the polymer matrixes were successfully fabricated after the evaporation of chloroform. And then, these quantum dot nanospheres were condensed with positively charged cresyl violet-azide (CV-N3) via electrostatic interaction to obtain the complexes (QDS-N3). The as-prepared QDS-N3complexes were monodispersed nanospheres with an average diameter of about 120 nm. These complexes were taken up by the cell through endocytosis, and they were still stable even in wide pH range. In addition, the QDS-N3complexes exhibited no cellular toxicity which was verified by MTT assay. In this ratiometric probe, CV-N3as a FRET acceptor was conjugated to quantum dot nanospheres. The quantum dots emitted at 591 nm and served as the FRET donor; once the aryl azide on the CV-N3was reduced by H2S to aniline, the probe emitted at 620 nm. The ratiometric probe allowed the elimination of interference of excitation intensity, intracellular environment and other factors. Furthermore, this method also offered a general protocol for preparing nanosensors for monitoring various small molecular in living cells. © 2018 Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences

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Amphiphilic polymers Cell imaging Chloroform solutions Cresyl violet Excitation intensity Physiological process Ratiometric fluorescence Signaling molecules

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GB/T 7714 BAI, Min , CAO, Xiao-Wen , CHEN, Feng et al. A Förster Resonance Energy Transfer Ratiometric Probe Based on Quantum Dot-Cresyl Violet for Imaging Hydrogen Sulfide in Living Cells [J]. | Chinese Journal of Analytical Chemistry , 2018 , 46 (1) : 39-47 .
MLA BAI, Min et al. "A Förster Resonance Energy Transfer Ratiometric Probe Based on Quantum Dot-Cresyl Violet for Imaging Hydrogen Sulfide in Living Cells" . | Chinese Journal of Analytical Chemistry 46 . 1 (2018) : 39-47 .
APA BAI, Min , CAO, Xiao-Wen , CHEN, Feng , ZHAO, Yue , ZHAO, Yong-Xi . A Förster Resonance Energy Transfer Ratiometric Probe Based on Quantum Dot-Cresyl Violet for Imaging Hydrogen Sulfide in Living Cells . | Chinese Journal of Analytical Chemistry , 2018 , 46 (1) , 39-47 .
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Programming Enzyme-Initiated Autonomous DNAzyme Nanodevices in Living Cells EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 11 (12) , 11908-11914 | ACS NANO | IF: 13.709
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Molecular nanodevices are computational assemblers that switch defined states upon external stimulation. However, interfacing artificial nanodevices with natural molecular machineries in living cells remains a great challenge. Here, we delineate a generic method for programming assembly of enzyme-initiated DNAzyme nanodevices (DzNanos). Two programs including split assembly of two partzymes and toehold exchange displacement assembly of one intact DNAzyme initiated by telomerase are computed. The intact one obtains higher assembly yield and catalytic performance ascribed to proper conformation folding and active misplaced assembly. By employing MnO2 nanosheets as both DNA carriers and source of Mn2+ as DNAzyme cofactor, we find that this DzNano is well assembled via a series of conformational states in living cells and operates autonomously with sustained cleavage activity. Other enzymes can also induce corresponding DzNano assembly with defined programming modules. These DzNanos not only can monitor enzyme catalysis in situ but also will enable the implementation of cellular stages, behaviors, and pathways for basic science, diagnostic, and therapeutic applications as genetic circuits.

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molecular device genetic circuit DNA computing nanoassembly enzyme catalysis

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GB/T 7714 Chen, Feng , Bai, Min , Cao, Ke et al. Programming Enzyme-Initiated Autonomous DNAzyme Nanodevices in Living Cells [J]. | ACS NANO , 2017 , 11 (12) : 11908-11914 .
MLA Chen, Feng et al. "Programming Enzyme-Initiated Autonomous DNAzyme Nanodevices in Living Cells" . | ACS NANO 11 . 12 (2017) : 11908-11914 .
APA Chen, Feng , Bai, Min , Cao, Ke , Zhao, Yue , Cao, Xiaowen , Wei, Jing et al. Programming Enzyme-Initiated Autonomous DNAzyme Nanodevices in Living Cells . | ACS NANO , 2017 , 11 (12) , 11908-11914 .
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Accurate Electrochemistry Analysis of Circulating Methylated DNA from Clinical Plasma Based on Paired-End Tagging and Amplifications EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 89 (19) , 10468-10473 | ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY | IF: 6.042
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Circulating methylated DNA has been a new kind of cancer biomarker, yet its small fraction of trace total DNA from clinical samples impairs the accurate analysis. Though fluorescence methods based on quantitative methylation specific PCR (qMSP) have been adopted routinely, yet alternative electrochemistry assay of such DNA from clinical samples remains a great challenge. Herein, we report accurate electrochemistry analysis of circulating methylated DNA from clinical plasma samples based on a paired-end tagging and amplifications strategy. Two DNA primers each labeled with digoxigenin (Dig) and biotin are designed for the recognition and amplification of methylated DNA. Paired-end tagging amplicons and avidin-HRP molecules are successively captured on the electrode modified with Anti-Dig. Then HRP executes catalytic reaction to generate amplified signal. The design of paired-end tagging can readily integrate downstream electrochemical amplified reaction, and two heterogeneous amplifications enable high assay sensitivity. As little as 40 pg of methylated genomic DNA (similar to 10 genomic equivalents) is well identified, and our strategy can even distinguish as low as 1% methylation level. Tumor-specific methylated DNA is clearly detected in the plasma of 10 of 11 NSCLC patients. The high clinical sensitivity of 91% (10/11) indicates the good consistency with clinical diagnosis. Excellent spatial control of electrochemistry allows simpler detection of more methylation patterns compared to fluorescence methods. The developed electrochemical assay is a promising liquid biopsy tool for the analysis of tumor-specific circulating DNA.

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GB/T 7714 Chen, Feng , Wang, Xuyao , Cao, Xiaowen et al. Accurate Electrochemistry Analysis of Circulating Methylated DNA from Clinical Plasma Based on Paired-End Tagging and Amplifications [J]. | ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY , 2017 , 89 (19) : 10468-10473 .
MLA Chen, Feng et al. "Accurate Electrochemistry Analysis of Circulating Methylated DNA from Clinical Plasma Based on Paired-End Tagging and Amplifications" . | ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 89 . 19 (2017) : 10468-10473 .
APA Chen, Feng , Wang, Xuyao , Cao, Xiaowen , Zhao, Yongxi . Accurate Electrochemistry Analysis of Circulating Methylated DNA from Clinical Plasma Based on Paired-End Tagging and Amplifications . | ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY , 2017 , 89 (19) , 10468-10473 .
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Fabricating MnO2 Nanozymes as Intracellular Catalytic DNA Circuit Generators for Versatile Imaging of Base-Excision Repair in Living Cells EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 27 (45) | ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS | IF: 13.325
WoS CC Cited Count: 2
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Nanomaterial/DNA integrated systems have become an emerging tool for intracellular imaging. However, intracellular catalytic DNA circuit is rarely explored. Commonly used nanosystems neglect intracellular DNA assembly, conformation folding and catalytic efficiency, all demanding appropriate metal ion conditions. Herein, MnO2 nanosheet/DNAzyme (nanozyme) is fabricated as intracellular catalytic DNA circuit generator for high signal amplification, and its operation is reported for monitoring DNA base-excision repair (BER) in living cells with improved performance. MnO2 nanosheet works as not only DNA nanocarrier but also as DNAzyme cofactor supplier. The nanozyme is constructed by adsorbing DNA probes on MnO2 nanosheets, facilitating cellular uptake of DNA. They are rapidly released in cellular environments by reducing MnO2 nanosheets to Mn2+ as DNAzyme cofactor. After repair enzyme activation, nanozymes are properly assembled with active folded conformation and hold sustained catalytic efficiency over many cycles. It offers at least 40-fold amplified signals for the monitoring of apurinic/apyrimidinic endonuclease-initiated and DNA glycosylase-initiated BER pathways. Multiplex imaging can be allowed by integrating several sets of probes with per MnO2 nanosheet. The MnO2 nanozyme opens up exciting opportunities for imaging low-abundance biomarkers and relevant biological pathways in living cells.

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DNA circuit base-excision repair nanoassembly bioimaging MnO2 nanosheet

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GB/T 7714 Chen, Feng , Bai, Min , Cao, Ke et al. Fabricating MnO2 Nanozymes as Intracellular Catalytic DNA Circuit Generators for Versatile Imaging of Base-Excision Repair in Living Cells [J]. | ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS , 2017 , 27 (45) .
MLA Chen, Feng et al. "Fabricating MnO2 Nanozymes as Intracellular Catalytic DNA Circuit Generators for Versatile Imaging of Base-Excision Repair in Living Cells" . | ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS 27 . 45 (2017) .
APA Chen, Feng , Bai, Min , Cao, Ke , Zhao, Yue , Wei, Jing , Zhao, Yongxi . Fabricating MnO2 Nanozymes as Intracellular Catalytic DNA Circuit Generators for Versatile Imaging of Base-Excision Repair in Living Cells . | ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS , 2017 , 27 (45) .
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Green in Situ Synthesis of Clean 3D Chestnutlike Ag/WO3-X Nanostructures for Highly Efficient, Recyclable and Sensitive SERS Sensing SCIE
期刊论文 | 2017 , 9 (8) , 7436-7446 | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES | IF: 8.097
WoS CC Cited Count: 14
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Surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) has proven to be an effective technique for identifying and providing fingerprint structural information on various analytes in low concentration. However, this analytical technique has been plagued by the ubiquitous presence of organic contaminants on roughened SERS substrate surfaces, which not only often result in poorer detection sensitivity but also significantly affect the reproducibility and accuracy of SERS analysis. Herein, we developed a clean, stable, and recyclable three-dimensional (3D) chestnutlike Ag/WO3-x, (0 < x < 0.28) SERS substrate by simple hydrothermal reaction and subsequent green in situ decoration of silver nanoparticles. None of the organic additives were used in synthesis, which ensures the substrate surfaces are completely clean and free of interferences from impurities. The innovative design combines the SERS enhancement effect and self-cleaning property, making it a multifunctional and reusable SERS platform for highly sensitive SERS detection. Using malachite green as a model target, the as-prepared SERS substrates exhibited good reproducibility (relative standard deviation of 7.5%) and pushed the detection limit down to 0.29 pM. The enhancement factor was found to be as high as 1.4 x 10(7) based on the analysis of 4-aminothiophenol. The excellent regeneration performance indicated that the 3D biomimetic SERS substrates can be reused many times. In addition, the fabricated substrate was successfully employed for detecting thiram in water with a detection limit of 0.32 nM, and a good linear relationship was obtained between the logarithmic intensities and the logarithmic concentrations of thiram ranging from 1 nM to 1 mu M. More importantly, the resultant SERS-active colloid can be used for accurate and reliable determination of thiram in real fruit peels. These results predict that the proposed SERS system have great potential toward rapid, reliable, and on-site analysis, especially for food safety and environmental supervision.

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recyclable surface-enhanced Raman scattering Ag/WO3-x green chestnutlike

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GB/T 7714 Huang, Jian , Ma, Dayan , Chen, Feng et al. Green in Situ Synthesis of Clean 3D Chestnutlike Ag/WO3-X Nanostructures for Highly Efficient, Recyclable and Sensitive SERS Sensing [J]. | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES , 2017 , 9 (8) : 7436-7446 .
MLA Huang, Jian et al. "Green in Situ Synthesis of Clean 3D Chestnutlike Ag/WO3-X Nanostructures for Highly Efficient, Recyclable and Sensitive SERS Sensing" . | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES 9 . 8 (2017) : 7436-7446 .
APA Huang, Jian , Ma, Dayan , Chen, Feng , Chen, Dongzhen , Bai, Min , Xu, Kewei et al. Green in Situ Synthesis of Clean 3D Chestnutlike Ag/WO3-X Nanostructures for Highly Efficient, Recyclable and Sensitive SERS Sensing . | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES , 2017 , 9 (8) , 7436-7446 .
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