In this post for our online science exhibition, Quentin Vicentini from ATDbio (headed by Tom Brown Jr) presents six images that will take you through the process of oligonucleotide synthesis.
Protein-Templated Reactions Using DNA-Antibody Conjugates
This is the pre-peer reviewed version of the following article: Protein-Templated Reactions Using DNA-Antibody Conjugates, which has been published in final form at https://doi.org/10.1002/smll.202200971. This article may be used for non-commercial purposes in accordance with Wiley Terms and Conditions for Use of Self-Archived Versions.
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Protein Induced Fluorescence Enhancement and Quenching in a Homogenous DNA Based Assay for Rapid Detection of Small Molecule Drugs in Human Plasma
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DNA origami as a potential anti-cancer drug
In this article published in ACS NANO, a DNA origami structure is shown capable of clustering DR5. When this cluster inducing origami is added to cancer cells, it is shown to cause apoptosis and cell death. As much as 80% of some cell types went into apoptosis with one version of this DNA origami structure.
From small molecules to biological polymers, the dance between organic synthesis and biochemistry
Hey, my name is Angel and I would like to explain a bit about bio-conjugation in the space between organic synthesis and biochemistry
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Viral trapping by DNA origami shells
Hi there, Alba here! I will use today’s online lecture as an opportunity to explain to you how we in Dietz lab have created a DNA origami platform for virus trapping.