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Longhua Tang, Haixin Chang, Yang Liu and Jinghong Li Duplex DNA/Graphene Oxide Biointerface: From Fundamental Understanding to Specific Enzymatic Effects Advanced Functional Materials 22

Article first published online: 23 APR 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201102892

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The duplex DNA/graphene oxide (GO) biointerface, as well as its biological enzyme digestion effect, are experimentally investigated. The results suggest that GO can adsorb DNA duplexes and has specific effects on enzymatic degradation. The unusual non-covalent assembly of double-stranded DNA on the graphene is envisioned for potential diversified future applications, such as biological imaging, material science, sensing, and biomedicine.

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