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학술지 Nanogap-Based Electrical PNA Chips for the Detection of Genetic Polymorphism of Cytochrome P450 2C19
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박대근, 박형주, 이초연, 홍대화, 이영, 최인성, 윤완수
Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, v.12 no.7, pp.5155-5159
American Scientific Publishers (ASP),
PNA chips for the detection of the genetic polymorphism of Cytochrome P450 2C19 (CYP2C19), a well-known enzyme related to the metabolism of therapeutic drugs, were electrically-interfaced with interdigitated nanogap electrodes (INEs). The average gap distance and effective length of the INEs were about ~70 nm and ~140 μm, respectively. Those INEs having the aspect ratio of about 2000, were prepared by the combination of the photolithography (for the formation of initial electrodes) and the surface-catalyzed chemical deposition (for the gap narrowing), without the e-beam lithography. The PNA probes for the detection of CYP2C19 were immobilized in the gap region of INEs via Schiff base formation. The I-V characteristics clearly showed a sharp increase in the conductance between the nanogap electrodes upon the PNA-DNA hybridization, followed by the adsoprtion of functionalized Au nanoparticles. Four different target DNAs for the diagnosis of CYP2C19 polymorphism were successfully detected and discriminated with the INE-based PNA chips. © 2012 American Scientific Publishers.
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Au nanoparticles(Au-NPs), Chemical deposition, Cytochrome P450, E-beam Lithography, Effective length, GAP region, Gap distance, I-V characteristic(Transport property), Initialization Vector(IV), Nano-gap electrode, PNA-DNA hybridization