Review papers


    CRISPR Technology for Breast Cancer: Diagnostics, Modeling, and Therapy.

    Author: Mintz RL, Gao MA, Lo K, Lao YH, Li M, Leong KW.
    Molecularly, breast cancer represents a highly heterogenous family of neoplastic disorders, with substantial interpatient variations regarding genetic mutations, cell composition, ...
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    Harnessing CRISPR Effectors for Infectious Disease Diagnostics.

    Author: Bhattacharyya RP, Thakku SG, Hung DT.
    Nucleic acid detection is an important method for pathogen identification but can be expensive, have variable sensitivity and specificity, and ...
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    Detecting pathogens with Zinc-Finger, TALE and CRISPR- based programmable nucleic acid binding proteins.

    Author: Batista AC, Pacheco LGC.
    The recent availability of highly adaptable engineered nucleic acid binding proteins has brought about a revolution in the genome-editing field. ...
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  • DNA detection using recombination proteins

    Editorial for Analytical Biochemistry special issue on RPA

    Author: Tortajada-Genaro LA, O'Sullivan CK, Piepenburg O, Katakis I.
    This Special Issue of Analytical Biochemistry entitled “Recombinase Polymerase Amplification: Applications and Advances” presents an overview of the application of ...
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  • Isothermal amplification and lateral flow detection of Plasmodium

    Improving Dengue Diagnostics and Management Through Innovative Technology

    Author: Rodriguez-Manzano J, Chia PY, Yeo TW, Holmes A, Georgiou P, Yacoub S.
    The purpose of this review is to define the unmet needs and challenges in current dengue diagnostics and patient monitoring ...
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  • 57_Toley_zh

    Multidimensional Paper Networks: A New Generation of Low-Cost Pump-Free Microfluidic Devices

    Author: Toley BJ, Das D, Ganar KA, Kaur N, Meena M, Rath D, Sathishkumar N, Soni S.
    Review of the area of paper microfluidics covering the basic fluid physics, methods of fabrication, flow control tools, applications in ...
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  • 54_Campuzano

    Current trends and challenges in bioelectrochemistry for non-invasive and early diagnosis

    Author: Campuzano S, Yanez-Sedeno P, Pingarron JM.
    Electrochemical (bio)sensing for early and minimally invasive clinical diagnosis. Latest advances, current trends, potentiality and existing challenges. Judicious design of ...
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  • 53_Garcia-Rico_ZH

    Direct surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) spectroscopy of nucleic acids: from fundamental studies to real-life applications

    Author: Garcia-Rico E, Alvarez-Puebla RA, Guerrini L.
    summary and discussion of the most recent cutting-edge research in the field of direct SERS sensing of nucleic acids.
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  • 49_Kocak_zh

    Scissors become sensors

    Author: Kocak DD, Gersbach CA.
    The current studies greatly expand and diversify the possible beneficiaries of CRISPR technology, by developing a low-cost technique that has ...
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    Next-generation diagnostics with CRISPR

    Author: Chertow DS.
    Chen et al. (3), Myhrvold et al. (4), and Gootenberg et al. (5), respectively, highlight how evolving insights into CRISPR-Cas ...
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