32. Zilberzwige-Tal S., Levin A., Toprakcioglu Z., Knowles T., Gazit E. and Elbaz J. Programmable on-chip Artificial Cell Producing Post Translationally Modified Ubiquitinated Protein. Small (2019) in press. 


31. Elbaz J., Peng Y., Voigt C. A. Genetic Encoding Assembly of DNA Nanostructures in Living Bacteria. Nature Comm. (2016) 7, 11179 (doi:10.1038/ncomms11179).


Research Highlights "Nature featured technology"  Nature 546, 687–689 (29 June 2017) doi:10.1038/546687a

30. Cecconello A., Lu C.H., Elbaz J., Willner I. Au nanoparticle/DNA rotaxane hybrid nanostructures exhibiting switshable fluorescence properties. (2013) Nano Letters 13, 6275-6280.



29. Elbaz J., Cecconello A., Fan Z.Govorov A.O., Willner I. Powering the Programmed Nanostructure and Function of Gold Nanoparticles with Catenated DNA machines. Nature Comm. (2013) 4, 2000 (DOI: 10.1038/ncomms3000).

Research Highlights in Nature Nanotechnology (doi: 10.1038/nnano.2013.163)

28. Lu, C-H., Cecconello A., Elbaz J., Credi A., Willner I. A Three-Station DNA Catenane Rotary Motor with Controlled Directionality. Nano letters (2013), 13, 2303-2308 

27. Wang Z-G, Elbaz J., Willner I. A Dynamically Programmed DNA Transporter. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2012) 51:4322-4326.

26. Elbaz J., Willner I.  Nanorobots Grab Cellular Control.  Nature Materials (2012) 11:276-277.  (News and Views)

25. Wang F.*, Elbaz J.*, Willner I. Enzyme-Free Amplified Detection of DNA By An Autonomous Ligation DNAzyme Machinery. J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2012) 134:5504–5507. (* Equal contribution)  


24. Elbaz J., Wang F., Remacle F., Willner I. pH-Programmable DNA Logic Arrays Powered By Modular DNAzymes Libraries. Nano Letters (2012) DOI: 10.1021/nl300051g

23. Elbaz J., Wang Z-G., Wang F.,   Willner I. Programmable Dynamic Topologies in DNA Catenanes. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. (2012) 51:2349-2353.


22. Wang F., Elbaz J., Orbach R., Magen N., Willner I.  Amplified Analysis of DNA By The Autonomous Assembly of Polymers Consisting of DNAzyme Wire. J. Am.Chem. Soc. (2011) 133: 17149-17151.

21. Wang ZG.*, Elbaz J.*, Willner I. DNA Machines: Bipedal Walker and Stepper.  Nano letters (2011) 12: 304-309.  (* Equal contribution)


20. Shimron S., Magen N., Elbaz J., Willner I. pH-Programmable Nanostructures. Chem. Comm. (2011) 31: 8787-8789.


19. Wang F., Elbaz J., Teller C., Willner I. Amplified Detection of DNA Through An Autocatalytic And Catabolic DNAzyme-Mediated Process. Angew.Chem.Int.ed. (2011) 50: 295-299.


18. Wang ZG*, Elbaz J.,* Remacle F., Levine R.D., Willner I.  All-DNA Finite-State Automata With Finite Memory. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. (2010) 107: 21996-22001.  (* equal contribution)


17. Elbaz J., Lioubashevski O., Wang F., Remacle F., Levine R.D.,  Willner I. DNA Computing Circuits Using Libraries of DNAzyme Subunits. Nature Nanotechnology (2010) 5: 417-422.


16. Pelossof G., Tel-Vered R., Elbaz J., Willner I. Amplified Biosensing Using the Horseradish Peroxidase-Mimicking DNAzyme as an Electrocatalyst. Anal. Chem. (2010) 82: 4396-4402.


15. Mor-Piperberg G., Tel-Vered R., Elbaz J., Willner I. Nanoengineered Electrically Contacted Enzymes on DNA Scaffolds: Functional Assemblies for the Selective Analysis of Hg2+ Ions.(2010)  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132: 6878-6880.


14. Frasconi M., Tel-Vered R, Elbaz J., Willner I. Electrochemically Stimulated pH Changes: A Route To Control Chemical Reactivity.  J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2010) 6:2029-2036.

13. Elbaz J., Shimron S., Willner I. pH-Triggered Switchable Mg2+-Dependent DNAzymes. Chem. Commun. (2010) 46: 1209-1211.

12. Shimron S., Elbaz J.,  Henning A.,  Willner I. Ion-Induced DNAzyme Switches. Chem. Commun. (2010)  46: 3250-3252.

11.  Elbaz J., Wang ZG, Orbach R., Willner I. pH-Stimulated Concurrent Mechanical Activation of Two DNA “Tweezers”. A “SET−RESET” Logic Gate System. Nano letters (2009) 12: 1196-2000.

10. Shlyahovsky B., Li Y., Lioubashevski O., Elbaz J. Willner I. Logic Gates and Antisense DNA Devices Operating on a Translator Nucleic Acid Scaffold. ACS Nano (2009) 7: 1831-1843.

9. Elbaz J., Moshe M., and Willner I. Coherent Activation of DNA Tweezers: a "SET-RESET" Logic System. Angew.Chem.Int.ed (2009) 48: 3834-3837.

8. Moshe M., Elbaz J., Willner I. Sensing of UO22+ and Design of Logic Gates by the Application of Supramolecular Constructs of Ion-Dependent DNAzymes.  Nano letters (2009) 9: 1196-2000.

7. Elbaz J., Tel-Vered R., Freeman R., Yildiz H.B., and Willner I. Switchable Motion of DNA on Solid Supports. Angew.Chem.Int.ed. (2009) 48: 133-137.

6. Elbaz J., Moshe M., Shlyahovsky B., Willner I. Cooperative Multi-Component Self-Assembly of Nucleic Acids Structures for the Activation of DNAzyme Cascades:  A Paradigm for DNA Sensors and Aptasensors. Chem. Eur. J. (2009) 15: 3411-3418.

5. Freeman R., Li Y., Tel-Vered R., Sharon E., Elbaz J., Willner I. Self-Assembly of Supramolecular Aptamer Structures for Optical or Electrochemical Sensing.  The Analyst (2009) 134: 653-656.

4. Elbaz J., Shlyahovsky B., Willner I. A DNAzyme Cascade for the Amplified Detection of Pb2+ Ions or L-Histidine. Chem. Commun. (2008) 13: 1569-1571.

3. Elbaz J., Shlyahovsky B., Li D., Willner I. Parallel Analysis of Two Analytes in Solutions or Surfaces using a Bifunctional Aptamer: Applications for Biosensing and Logic Gate Operations. ChemBioChem (2007) 9: 232-239.

2. Freeman R., Elbaz J., Gill R., Zayats M., Willner I. Analysis of Dopamine and Tyrosinase Activity on Ion-Sensitive Field-Effect Transistor (ISFET) Devices. Chem.Eur.J. (2007) 13: 7288-7293.

1. Li D., Shlyahovsky B., Elbaz J., Willner I.  Amplified Analysis of Low Molecular Weight Substrates or Proteins by the Self-Assembly of DNAzyme-Aptamer Conjugates. J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2007) 129: 5804-5805.

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