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DNA hybridization detection by porous silicon-based DNA microarray in conjugation with infrared microspectroscopy
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10.1063/1.2751415
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FIG. 1.

Por-Si-based DNA microarray for DNA detection using IR microspectroscopy. (a) Por-Si layers are locally formed on a Si wafer substrate; (b) each spot of por-Si layer is modified with probe DNA with different base sequences; (c) the microarray is placed in buffer solution to hybridize target DNA to probe DNA; and (d) infrared microspectroscopy is used to detect hybridized target DNAs.

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Single-stranded probe DNA (target DNA) immobilized on the pore surfaces. Por-Si has a number of straight pores with a diameter of approximately 30 nm. Single-stranded DNA (target DNA) is attached to the pore surface through a linker molecule.

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Procedure for the formation of por-Si-based microarray. (a) Thermal oxidation of Si wafer; (b) patterning of Si oxide by photolithography; (c) anisotropic etching of Si; (d) removal of Si oxide; and (e) por-Si formation.

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(a), (b) Schematic illustration and (c), (d) typical secondary-electron microscope (SEM) images of the por-Si-based microarray. (c) Top view and (b), (d) cross-sectional view of the etched parts of the microarray.

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Procedure for surface modification of pore surfaces for the attachment of DNA to the pore surface. (a) The surface is irradiated with UV light from a low-pressure mercury lamp to form silicon oxides on it. (b) The oxidized surface is then reacted with 3-mercaptopropyltrimethoxysilane (MPTMS) to form a self-assembled monolayer (SAM) of MPTMS. (c) The MPTMS SAM layer has the thiol group on it. (d) The surface with the SAM layer is subsequently coupled in aqueous solution with a thiol-modified DNA to produce the DNA-modified surface.

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IR spectral changes caused by UV irradiation. In the inset is shown an enlarged Si-H vibration spectrum of the irradiated surface.

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(a) C-H stretching vibration and (b) bending vibration spectra of the MPTMS-adsorbed por-Si surface before and after a rinse, compared with the theoretically predicted spectra obtained through ab initio cluster calculation of a free MPTMS molecule, and an immobilized MPTMS.

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IRAS spectra of the por-Si after immersion in a solution of in and subsequent rinses in .

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IRAS spectra of por-Si immediately after immersion into a solution of NaCl in containing and after subsequent rinse in a solution of NaCl in for different durations, together with an IRAS spectrum of a 20-based oligonucleotide of adenine .

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IRAS spectra of the por-Si immediately after immersion into a solution of NaCl in containing and after subsequent rinse in a solution of NaCl in for different durations, together with a typical IRAS spectra of a 20-based oligonucleotide of cytosine .

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Scitation: DNA hybridization detection by porous silicon-based DNA microarray in conjugation with infrared microspectroscopy
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/102/1/10.1063/1.2751415
10.1063/1.2751415
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