Functional Nucleic Acids for Analytical Applications

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ISBN: 978-0-387-73710-2 (Print) 978-0-387-73711-9 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

  2. Overview of Functional Nucleic Acids and Their Analytical Applications

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      Pages 3-9

      Introductory Remarks

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      Chapter

      Pages 11-46

      Natural Functional Nucleic Acids: Ribozymes and Riboswitches

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      Chapter

      Pages 47-108

      Artificial Functional Nucleic Acids: Aptamers, Ribozymes, and Deoxyribozymes Identified by In Vitro Selection

  3. Functional Nucleic Acid Sensors Based on Different Transduction Principles

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      Pages 111-130

      Fluorescent Aptamer Sensors

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      Chapter

      Pages 131-153

      Fluorescent Ribozyme and Deoxyribozyme Sensors

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      Chapter

      Pages 155-178

      Colorimetric and Fluorescent Biosensors Based on Directed Assembly of Nanomaterials with Functional DNA

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      Chapter

      Pages 179-197

      Electrochemical Approaches to Aptamer-Based Sensing

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      Chapter

      Pages 199-252

      Amplified DNA Biosensors

  4. Other Emerging Analytical Applications

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      Chapter

      Pages 255-270

      Aptamers in Affinity Separations:Capillary Electrophoresis

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      Chapter

      Pages 271-286

      Aptamers in Affinity Separations: Stationary Separation

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      Chapter

      Pages 287-308

      Aptamer Microarrays

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      Chapter

      Pages 309-342

      The Use of Functional Nucleic Acids in Solid-Phase Fluorimetric Assays

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      Chapter

      Pages 343-354

      Functional Nucleic Acid Sensors as Screening Tools

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      Chapter

      Pages 355-375

      Nucleic Acids for Computation

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      Chapter

      Pages 377-388

      DNAzymes in DNA Nanomachines and DNA Analysis

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 389-395