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Fe3O4 @ Polypyrrole Core–Shell Nanohybrid for Efficient DNA Retrieval

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Core–shell nanohybrid, Fe3O4 @ PPY, which consists of superparamagnetic Fe3O4 core and DNA attractive polypyrrole, was successfully synthesized through the free radical polymerization. The DNA retrieval efficacy of the nanohybrid was found to be very high in DNA solution with low concentration (∼33% uptake in 100 μM).
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Keywords: DNA RETRIEVAL; MAGNETITE; NANOHYBRID; POLYPYRROLE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2008-10-01

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