We have proposed a method using the primer exchange reaction (PER) in which allows synthesis of single stranded DNA using a catalytic hairpin to achieve highly multiplex resolution imaging. PER cascades are an ideal candidate in amplifying signals with in vitro extended probes in a programmable fashion. In parallel, we have studied the mechanical properties and contributing factors of different hydrogel composition in the context of expansion microscopy (ExM). ExM enables imaging of cells and tissues with nanoscale precision.
|Advisor:||Wang, Yu, Church, George|
|Commitee:||Cronin-Golomb, Mark, Jiang, Xiaocheng, Wang, Yu|
|School Location:||United States -- Massachusetts|
|Source:||MAI 57/06M(E), Masters Abstracts International|
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