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Electrochemical Affinity and Nucleic Acid Sensors Florinel‐Gabriel Bănică Department of Chemistry, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway. Browse book content. About the book. Search in this book. Search in this book. Browse content Peptides are versatile elements for a wide range of affinity and enzymatic electrochemical assays, being able to act as electron mediators.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Van Ryselberghe, Pierre, Electrochemical affinity. Paris Hermann c (OCoLC) Online version. Electrochemical affinity biosensors for mycotoxins.
Electrochemical biosensors for mycotoxins detection are prominent owing to their sensitivity, selectivity, low cost, simplicity, and in some cases miniaturization, portability and integration in automated devices (Farre et al., ).
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Electrochemical biosensors combine the sensitivity of electroanalytical methods with the inherent bioselectivity of the biological component. The biological component in the sensor recognizes its analyte resulting in a catalytic or binding event that ultimately produces an electrical signal monitored by a transducer that is proportional to analyte concentration.
Chapter 16 Electrochemical Affinity and Nucleic Acid Sensors This chapter introduces affinity and nucleic acid sensors based on dynamic electrochemistry transduction methods. Most of the methods reviewed here belong to - Selection from Chemical Sensors and Biosensors: Fundamentals and Applications [Book].
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For Cited by: In recent years, electrochemical affinity biosensors, including immunosensors and biosensors based on synthetic sequences of DNA or ribonucleic acid (RNA), linear, aptameric, peptide or switch-based probes, are gaining special importance in this field because they have proved to be competitive with the methods commonly used in terms of Author: Susana Campuzano, Víctor Ruiz-Valdepeñas Montiel, Verónica Serafín, Paloma Yáñez-Sedeño, José Manuel.
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The methods include protocols for affinity biosensors based on optical, electrochemical, thermal acoustic, and plasmon resonance techniques involving the use of antibodies, receptor, nucleic acids, liposomes, and eukaryotic cells. All the techniques are time-tested and sufficiently detailed to ensure robust and easily reproducible results.
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Moreover, we were able to detect with nanomolar affinity a perfectly matched target as short as 10 bases (KD = nM).Cited by: An Electrochemical aptamer-based (E-AB) biosensor has the ability to generate an electrochemical signal in response to specific target binding in vivo The signal is measured by a change in Faradaic current passed through an electrode.
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Abstract. DNA electrochemical biosensors, realized by immobilizing an oligonucleotide sequence of the calf thymus DNA on a suitable electrode surface, are simple to assemble and can provide reliable results; such DNA biosensors hold enormous potential for environmental monitoring (Wang et al.
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The book is divided into five parts: Fundamentals, Laboratory Practical, Techniques, Applications 4/4(1). An essential guide that puts the focus on method developments and applications in aptamers In recent years, aptamer-based systems have been developed for a wide-range of analytical and medical applications.
Aptamers for Analytical Applications offers an introduction to the topic, outlines the common protocols for aptamer synthesis, as well as providing Author: Yiyang Dong.