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Rapid, Low-Cost Detection of Zika Virus Using Programmable Biomolecular Components.
Pardee K, Green AA, Takahashi MK, Braff D, Lambert G, Lee JW, Ferrante T, Ma D, Donghia N, Fan M, Daringer NM, Bosch I, Dudley DM, O'Connor DH, Gehrke L, Collins JJ
Cell. 2016 May 6. pii: S0092-8674(16)30505-0. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2016.04.059.
PubMed Article

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ID Plasmid Purpose  
75006ZIKV_Sensor_27B_LacZToehold switch sensor to detect Zika Virus
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75007ZIKV_Sensor_32B_LacZToehold switch sensor to detect Zika Virus
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75008ZIKV_Trigger_27BPortion of Zika Virus genome (KU312312: 1348-1494) containing sensor 27B trigger sequence
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75009ZIKV_Trigger_32BPortion of Zika Virus genome (KU312312: 7166-7299) containing sensor 32B trigger sequence
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75010ZIKV_NASBA_27BPortion of Zika Virus genome (KU312312: 1248-1594) containing sensor 27B trigger sequence and NASBA amplification sites
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75011ZIKV_NASBA_32BPortion of Zika Virus genome (KU312312: 7066-7399) containing sensor 32B trigger sequence and NASBA amplification sites
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