Johann Elbaz
Johann Elbaz
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DNA computing circuits using libraries of DNAzyme subunits
J Elbaz, O Lioubashevski, F Wang, F Remacle, RD Levine, I Willner
Nature nanotechnology 5 (6), 417-422, 2010
Amplified analysis of low-molecular-weight substrates or proteins by the self-assembly of DNAzyme− aptamer conjugates
D Li, B Shlyahovsky, J Elbaz, I Willner
Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (18), 5804-5805, 2007
Amplified analysis of DNA by the autonomous assembly of polymers consisting of DNAzyme wires
F Wang, J Elbaz, R Orbach, N Magen, I Willner
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (43), 17149-17151, 2011
Amplified biosensing using the horseradish peroxidase-mimicking DNAzyme as an electrocatalyst
G Pelossof, R Tel-Vered, J Elbaz, I Willner
Analytical Chemistry 82 (11), 4396-4402, 2010
DNA machines: bipedal walker and stepper
ZG Wang, J Elbaz, I Willner
Nano letters 11 (1), 304-309, 2011
Amplified Detection of DNA through an Autocatalytic and Catabolic DNAzyme‐Mediated Process
F Wang, J Elbaz, C Teller, I Willner
Angewandte Chemie 123 (1), 309-313, 2011
Coherent activation of DNA tweezers: a “set–reset” logic system
J Elbaz, M Moshe, I Willner
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 48 (21), 3834-3837, 2009
pH-stimulated concurrent mechanical activation of two DNA “tweezers”. A “SET− RESET” logic gate system
J Elbaz, ZG Wang, R Orbach, I Willner
Nano letters 9 (12), 4510-4514, 2009
Cooperative multicomponent self‐assembly of nucleic acid structures for the activation of DNAzyme cascades: a paradigm for DNA sensors and aptasensors
J Elbaz, M Moshe, B Shlyahovsky, I Willner
Chemistry–A European Journal 15 (14), 3411-3418, 2009
A DNAzyme cascade for the amplified detection of Pb 2+ ions or L-histidine
J Elbaz, B Shlyahovsky, I Willner
Chemical communications, 1569-1571, 2008
Self-assembly of supramolecular aptamer structures for optical or electrochemical sensing
R Freeman, Y Li, R Tel-Vered, E Sharon, J Elbaz, I Willner
Analyst 134 (4), 653-656, 2009
Parallel analysis of two analytes in solutions or on surfaces by using a bifunctional aptamer: applications for biosensing and logic gate operations
J Elbaz, B Shlyahovsky, D Li, I Willner
ChemBioChem 9 (2), 232-239, 2008
Nanoengineered Electrically Contacted Enzymes on DNA Scaffolds: Functional Assemblies for the Selective Analysis of Hg2+ Ions
G Mor-Piperberg, R Tel-Vered, J Elbaz, I Willner
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (20), 6878-6879, 2010
Sensing of UO22+ and Design of Logic Gates by the Application of Supramolecular Constructs of Ion-Dependent DNAzymes
M Moshe, J Elbaz, I Willner
Nano letters 9 (3), 1196-1200, 2009
All-DNA finite-state automata with finite memory
ZG Wang, J Elbaz, F Remacle, RD Levine, I Willner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (51), 21996-22001, 2010
Powering the programmed nanostructure and function of gold nanoparticles with catenated DNA machines
J Elbaz, A Cecconello, Z Fan, AO Govorov, I Willner
Nature communications 4 (1), 1-7, 2013
Logic gates and antisense DNA devices operating on a translator nucleic acid scaffold
B Shlyahovsky, Y Li, O Lioubashevski, J Elbaz, I Willner
ACS nano 3 (7), 1831-1843, 2009
Enzyme-free amplified detection of DNA by an autonomous ligation DNAzyme machinery
F Wang, J Elbaz, I Willner
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (12), 5504-5507, 2012
pH-programmable DNA logic arrays powered by modular DNAzyme libraries
J Elbaz, F Wang, F Remacle, I Willner
Nano letters 12 (12), 6049-6054, 2012
A three-station DNA catenane rotary motor with controlled directionality
CH Lu, A Cecconello, J Elbaz, A Credi, I Willner
Nano letters 13 (5), 2303-2308, 2013
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