A biocatalytic cascade with several output signals—towards biosensors with different levels of confidence
Rusling, James F.
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Guz, Nataliia; Halámek, Jan; Rusling, James F. Katz, Evgeny (2014). A biocatalytic cascade with several output signals—towards biosensors with different levels of confidence. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 406 (14), 3365-3370
The biocatalytic cascade based on enzyme-catalyzed reactions activated by several biomolecular input signals and producing output signal after each reaction step was developed as an example of a logically reversible information processing system. The model system was designed to mimic the operation of concatenated AND logic gates with optically readable output signals generated at each step of the logic operation. Implications include concurrent bioanalyses and data interpretation for medical diagnostics.