Ron Orbach
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Self-assembled Fmoc-peptides as a platform for the formation of nanostructures and hydrogels
R Orbach, L Adler-Abramovich, S Zigerson, I Mironi-Harpaz, D Seliktar, ...
Biomacromolecules 10 (9), 2646-2651, 2009
Amplified detection of DNA through the enzyme-free autonomous assembly of hemin/G-quadruplex DNAzyme nanowires
S Shimron, F Wang, R Orbach, I Willner
Analytical chemistry 84 (2), 1042-1048, 2012
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
pH‐Stimulated DNA Hydrogels Exhibiting Shape‐Memory Properties
W Guo, CH Lu, R Orbach, F Wang, XJ Qi, A Cecconello, D Seliktar, ...
Advanced Materials 27 (1), 73-78, 2015
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
The rheological and structural properties of Fmoc-peptide-based hydrogels: the effect of aromatic molecular architecture on self-assembly and physical characteristics
R Orbach, I Mironi-Harpaz, L Adler-Abramovich, E Mossou, EP Mitchell, ...
Langmuir 28 (4), 2015-2022, 2012
Switchable catalytic acrylamide hydrogels cross-linked by hemin/G-quadruplexes
CH Lu, XJ Qi, R Orbach, HH Yang, I Mironi-Harpaz, D Seliktar, I Willner
Nano letters 13 (3), 1298-1302, 2013
Switchable Bifunctional Stimuli‐Triggered Poly‐N‐Isopropylacrylamide/DNA Hydrogels
W Guo, CH Lu, XJ Qi, R Orbach, M Fadeev, HH Yang, I Willner
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 53 (38), 10134-10138, 2014
Catalytic nucleic acids (DNAzymes) as functional units for logic gates and computing circuits: from basic principles to practical applications
R Orbach, B Willner, I Willner
Chemical Communications 51 (20), 4144-4160, 2015
Reversible Ag+-crosslinked DNA hydrogels
W Guo, XJ Qi, R Orbach, CH Lu, L Freage, I Mironi-Harpaz, D Seliktar, ...
Chemical Communications 50 (31), 4065-4068, 2014
Autonomous replication of nucleic acids by polymerization/nicking enzyme/DNAzyme cascades for the amplified detection of DNA and the aptamer–cocaine complex
F Wang, L Freage, R Orbach, I Willner
Analytical chemistry 85 (17), 8196-8203, 2013
Logic reversibility and thermodynamic irreversibility demonstrated by DNAzyme-based Toffoli and Fredkin logic gates
R Orbach, F Remacle, RD Levine, I Willner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (52), 21228-21233, 2012
Programmed DNAzyme-triggered dissolution of DNA-based hydrogels: means for controlled release of biocatalysts and for the activation of enzyme cascades
S Lilienthal, Z Shpilt, F Wang, R Orbach, I Willner
ACS applied materials & interfaces 7 (16), 8923-8931, 2015
DNAzyme-based 2: 1 and 4: 1 multiplexers and 1: 2 demultiplexer
R Orbach, F Remacle, RD Levine, I Willner
Chemical Science 5 (3), 1074-1081, 2014
Self-assembly of DNA nanotubes with controllable diameters
OI Wilner, R Orbach, A Henning, C Teller, O Yehezkeli, M Mertig, ...
Nature communications 2 (1), 1-8, 2011
A Full-Adder Based on Reconfigurable DNA-Hairpin Inputs and DNAzyme Computing Modules
R Orbach, F Wang, O Lioubashevsky, R Levine, F Remacle, I Willner
Chemical Science 5 (9), 3381-3387, 2014
Detection of Metal Ions (Cu2+, Hg2+) and Cocaine by Using Ligation DNAzyme Machinery
F Wang, R Orbach, I Willner
Chemistry–A European Journal 18 (50), 16030-16036, 2012
Fluorescent DNA Hydrogels Composed of Nucleic Acid‐Stabilized Silver Nanoclusters
W Guo, R Orbach, I Mironi‐Harpaz, D Seliktar, I Willner
Small 9 (22), 3748-3752, 2013
Nucleic Acid Driven DNA Machineries Synthesizing Mg2+‐Dependent DNAzymes: An Interplay between DNA Sensing and Logic‐Gate Operations
R Orbach, L Mostinski, F Wang, I Willner
Chemistry–A European Journal 18 (46), 14689-14694, 2012
Multiplexed analysis of genes and of metal ions using enzyme/DNAzyme amplification machineries
L Freage, F Wang, R Orbach, I Willner
Analytical chemistry 86 (22), 11326-11333, 2014
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