NanoCluster Beacons as reporter probes in rolling circle enhanced enzyme activity detection

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NanoCluster Beacons as reporter probes in rolling circle enhanced enzyme activity detection. / Juul, Sissel; Obliosca, Judy M; Liu, Cong; Liu, Yen-Liang; Chen, Yu-An; Imphean, Darren M; Knudsen, Birgitta R; Ho, Yi-Ping; Leong, Kam W; Yeh, Hsin-Chih.

In: Nanoscale, Vol. 7, No. 18, 30.04.2015, p. 8332-8337.

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Juul, S, Obliosca, JM, Liu, C, Liu, Y-L, Chen, Y-A, Imphean, DM, Knudsen, BR, Ho, Y-P, Leong, KW & Yeh, H-C 2015, 'NanoCluster Beacons as reporter probes in rolling circle enhanced enzyme activity detection', Nanoscale, vol. 7, no. 18, pp. 8332-8337. https://doi.org/10.1039/c5nr01705j

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Juul, S., Obliosca, J. M., Liu, C., Liu, Y-L., Chen, Y-A., Imphean, D. M., Knudsen, B. R., Ho, Y-P., Leong, K. W., & Yeh, H-C. (2015). NanoCluster Beacons as reporter probes in rolling circle enhanced enzyme activity detection. Nanoscale, 7(18), 8332-8337. https://doi.org/10.1039/c5nr01705j

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Juul S, Obliosca JM, Liu C, Liu Y-L, Chen Y-A, Imphean DM, Knudsen BR, Ho Y-P, Leong KW, Yeh H-C. 2015. NanoCluster Beacons as reporter probes in rolling circle enhanced enzyme activity detection. Nanoscale. 7(18):8332-8337. https://doi.org/10.1039/c5nr01705j

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Juul S, Obliosca JM, Liu C, Liu Y-L, Chen Y-A, Imphean DM et al. NanoCluster Beacons as reporter probes in rolling circle enhanced enzyme activity detection. Nanoscale. 2015 Apr 30;7(18):8332-8337. https://doi.org/10.1039/c5nr01705j

Author

Juul, Sissel ; Obliosca, Judy M ; Liu, Cong ; Liu, Yen-Liang ; Chen, Yu-An ; Imphean, Darren M ; Knudsen, Birgitta R ; Ho, Yi-Ping ; Leong, Kam W ; Yeh, Hsin-Chih. / NanoCluster Beacons as reporter probes in rolling circle enhanced enzyme activity detection. In: Nanoscale. 2015 ; Vol. 7, No. 18. pp. 8332-8337.

Bibtex

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title = "NanoCluster Beacons as reporter probes in rolling circle enhanced enzyme activity detection",
abstract = "As a newly developed assay for the detection of endogenous enzyme activity at the single-catalytic-event level, Rolling Circle Enhanced Enzyme Activity Detection (REEAD) has been used to measure enzyme activity in both single human cells and malaria-causing parasites, Plasmodium sp. Current REEAD assays rely on organic dye-tagged linear DNA probes to report the rolling circle amplification products (RCPs), the cost of which may hinder the widespread use of REEAD. Here we show that a new class of activatable probes, NanoCluster Beacons (NCBs), can simplify the REEAD assays. Easily prepared without any need for purification and capable of large fluorescence enhancement upon hybridization, NCBs are cost-effective and sensitive. Compared to conventional fluorescent probes, NCBs are also more photostable. As demonstrated in reporting the human topoisomerases I (hTopI) cleavage-ligation reaction, the proposed NCBs suggest a read-out format attractive for future REEAD-based diagnostics.",
author = "Sissel Juul and Obliosca, {Judy M} and Cong Liu and Yen-Liang Liu and Yu-An Chen and Imphean, {Darren M} and Knudsen, {Birgitta R} and Yi-Ping Ho and Leong, {Kam W} and Hsin-Chih Yeh",
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AU - Juul, Sissel

AU - Obliosca, Judy M

AU - Liu, Cong

AU - Liu, Yen-Liang

AU - Chen, Yu-An

AU - Imphean, Darren M

AU - Knudsen, Birgitta R

AU - Ho, Yi-Ping

AU - Leong, Kam W

AU - Yeh, Hsin-Chih

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N2 - As a newly developed assay for the detection of endogenous enzyme activity at the single-catalytic-event level, Rolling Circle Enhanced Enzyme Activity Detection (REEAD) has been used to measure enzyme activity in both single human cells and malaria-causing parasites, Plasmodium sp. Current REEAD assays rely on organic dye-tagged linear DNA probes to report the rolling circle amplification products (RCPs), the cost of which may hinder the widespread use of REEAD. Here we show that a new class of activatable probes, NanoCluster Beacons (NCBs), can simplify the REEAD assays. Easily prepared without any need for purification and capable of large fluorescence enhancement upon hybridization, NCBs are cost-effective and sensitive. Compared to conventional fluorescent probes, NCBs are also more photostable. As demonstrated in reporting the human topoisomerases I (hTopI) cleavage-ligation reaction, the proposed NCBs suggest a read-out format attractive for future REEAD-based diagnostics.

AB - As a newly developed assay for the detection of endogenous enzyme activity at the single-catalytic-event level, Rolling Circle Enhanced Enzyme Activity Detection (REEAD) has been used to measure enzyme activity in both single human cells and malaria-causing parasites, Plasmodium sp. Current REEAD assays rely on organic dye-tagged linear DNA probes to report the rolling circle amplification products (RCPs), the cost of which may hinder the widespread use of REEAD. Here we show that a new class of activatable probes, NanoCluster Beacons (NCBs), can simplify the REEAD assays. Easily prepared without any need for purification and capable of large fluorescence enhancement upon hybridization, NCBs are cost-effective and sensitive. Compared to conventional fluorescent probes, NCBs are also more photostable. As demonstrated in reporting the human topoisomerases I (hTopI) cleavage-ligation reaction, the proposed NCBs suggest a read-out format attractive for future REEAD-based diagnostics.

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