2 article(s) from Vilaivan, Tirayut
The design of classical DNA molecular beacons.
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Structures of DNA and selected PNA systems.
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Various binding modes of PNA to double stranded DNA including triplex formation, triplex invasion, ...
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The design and working principle of the PNA beacons according to (A) Ortiz et al.  and (B) Armitage...
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The design of "stemless" PNA beacons.
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The applications of PNA openers to facilitate the binding of PNA beacons to double stranded DNA [40,47].
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The working principle of snap-to-it probes that employed metal chelation to bring the dyes in close...
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Examples of pre-formed dye-labeled PNA monomers and functionalizable PNA monomers.
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Dual-labeled PNA beacons with end-stacking or intercalating quencher.
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The working principle of hybrid PNA-peptide beacons for detection of (A) proteins  and (B) protease...
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The working principle of binary probes.
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The working principle of nucleic acid templated fluorogenic reactions leading to a (A) ligated prod...
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Catalytic cycles in fluorogenic nucleic acid templated reactions .
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The working principle of strand displacement probes.
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(A) Examples of CPP successfully used with labeled PNA probes. (B) The use of single-labeled PNA pr...
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The concept of PNA–GO platform for DNA/RNA sensing.
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Single-labeled fluorogenic PNA probes.
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Examples of environment sensitive fluorescent labels that have been incorporated into PNA probes as...
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The mechanism of fluorescence change in TO dye.
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Fluorescent nucleobases capable of hydrogen bonding that have been incorporated into PNA probes.
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Comparison of the designs of the (A) light-up PNA probe and (B) FIT PNA probe.
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The structures of TO and its analogues that have successfully been used in FIT PNA probes.
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The working principle of dual-labeled FIT PNA probes [222,223].
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Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2018, 14, 253–281, doi:10.3762/bjoc.14.17
Synthesis of propargylated Nile red 1.
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Synthesis of azidobutyl- and Nile red-modified acpcPNA.
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MALDI–TOF mass spectra of the crude 10mer acpcPNA before (top) (calcd m/z 3688.0), and after functi...
Normalized absorption (---) and fluorescence (––) spectra of (a) propargyl Nile red 1 and (b) Nile ...
(a) Normalized absorption (---) and fluorescence (––) spectra and (b) fluorescence spectra of Nile ...
Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2014, 10, 2166–2174, doi:10.3762/bjoc.10.224
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