A general and reliable strategy for the detection of cocaine was proposed utilizing DNA-templated silver nanoclusters as signal indicators and the nicking endonuclease-assisted signal amplification method. This strategy can detect cocaine specifically with a detection limit as low as 2 nM by using a small volume of 5 μL.
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