Ruizi Peng

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2010-2014 College of Chemistry and Chemical Engneering Hunan University 
 2014- College of Chemistry and Chemical Engneering Hunan University 
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Analytical Chemistry
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Ruizi Peng was born in Hunan, China, in 1992. He received his BS in Chemistry from the Hunan University in 2014 and is currently pursuing his graduate studies at Molecular Science and Biomedicine Laboratory. His research interests include DNA assemblies, molecular diagnostics, and targeted cancer therapy.

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Peng R, Xu L, Wang H, et al. (2020) DNA-based artificial molecular signaling system that mimics basic elements of reception and response. Nature Communications. 11: 978
Luo C, Hu X, Peng R, et al. (2019) Biomimetic Carriers Based on Giant Membrane Vesicles for Targeted Drug Delivery and Photodynamic/Photothermal Synergistic Therapy. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces
Liu Q, Bi C, Li J, et al. (2019) Generating Giant Membrane Vesicles from Live Cells with Preserved Cellular Properties. Research (Washington, D.C.). 2019: 6523970
Liu H, Yang Q, Peng R, et al. (2019) Artificial signal feedback network mimicking cellular adaptivity. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Peng R, Zheng X, Lyu Y, et al. (2018) Engineering a 3D DNA-Logic Gate Nanomachine for Bispecific Recognition and Computing on Target Cell Surfaces. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Fu T, Lyu Y, Liu H, et al. (2018) DNA-Based Dynamic Reaction Networks. Trends in Biochemical Sciences
Zheng X, Peng R, Jiang X, et al. (2017) Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer-Based DNA nanoprism with a Split Aptamer for ATP sensing in living cells. Analytical Chemistry
Peng R, Wang H, Lyu Y, et al. (2017) Facile Assembly/Disassembly of DNA Nanostructures Anchored on Cell-Mimicking Giant Vesicles. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Meng HM, Liu H, Kuai H, et al. (2016) Aptamer-integrated DNA nanostructures for biosensing, bioimaging and cancer therapy. Chemical Society Reviews
Cui L, Peng RR, Fu T, et al. (2015) Biostable L-DNAzyme for Sensing of Metal Ions in Biological Systems. Analytical Chemistry
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