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The use of DNA-based nanostructures as probes has led to significant advances in chemical and biological sensing, allowing the detection of analytes in complex media, the understanding of fundamental biological processes, and the ability to diagnose diseases based on molecular signatures. The utility of these structures arises both from DNA's inherent ability to selectively recognize and bind a variety of chemical species and from the unique properties observed when DNA is restructured at the nanoscale. In this Minireview, we chronicle the most commonly used signal transduction strategies that have been interfaced with various DNA-based nanostructures. We discuss the types of analytes and the detection scenarios that are sought after, delineate the advantages and disadvantages of each signaling strategy, and outline the key considerations that guide the selection of each signaling method. © 2022 Wiley-VCH GmbH.


Seungheon Lee, Shivudu Godhulayyagari, Shadler T Nguyen, Jasmine K Lu, Sasha B Ebrahimi, Devleena Samanta. Signal Transduction Strategies for Analyte Detection Using DNA-Based Nanostructures. Angewandte Chemie (International ed. in English). 2022 Jun 13;61(24):e202202211

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