Biofyzikální chemie a molekulární onkologie
Mercury film electrode as a sensor for the detection of DNA damage
Publikace: ELECTROANALYSIS 12, 1422-1425 Autoři: Kubicarova, T., Fojta, M., Vidic, J., Havran, L., Palecek, E. Rok: 2000
Cleavage of supercoiled (sc) plasmid DNA by restriction endonucleases and by deoxyribonuclease I was detected by means of AC voltammetry at mercury film on glassy carbon electrode (MFE). Using this technique, it was possible to detect both single- and double-strand breaks in DNA. MFE modified with scDNA was used as a biosensor for the detection of DNA-cleaving species.