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- Single-molecule-based detection of conserved influenza A virus RNA promoter using a protein nanopore = 단백질 나노포어를 활용한 보존된 인플루엔자 A 바이러스 RNA 프로모터의 단분자 기반 측정
- Sohee Oh; Mi-Kyung Lee; Seung-Wook Chi
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- ACS Sensors, vol. 4, no. 11, pp. 2849-2853
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- Influenza A viruses (IAVs) cause annual epidemic and severe pandemic outbreaks worldwide and result in high mortality. Despite the importance of surveillance for preventing IAV infection, the existing techniques are inefficient for ultrasensitive diagnosis in real time. In this study, we performed protein nanopore-based measurements to detect the highly conserved IAV RNA promoter at the single-molecule level. The binding of specific DNA probes to the IAV RNA promoter generated two types of characteristic nanopore signatures with single or double spikes of current blockade and substantially increased dwell times, which facilitated the discrimination of the IAV promoter from nonspecific macromolecules. Our DNA probe-mediated nanopore sensor will serve as an ultrasensitive, real-time, point-of-care diagnostic tool for highly pathogenic IAVs.
- DNA probe; Influenza A virus; RNA promoter; biological nanopore; α-hemolysin
- Amer Chem Soc
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