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Biosensors for Medical Applications by S Higson

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Nano-sized biosensors for medical applications

J.C. Claussen, J. Shi, Chandra S. Rout, M.S. Artiles, M.M. Roushar, M.C. Stensberg, D. Marshall Porterfield and T.S. Fisher,     Purdue University, USA

Abstract:

Nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes, graphene, metal nanoparticles, and hybrid carbon/metal nanoparticle structures display remarkable properties. In particular, the chemical, electrical, and electrochemical properties of these nanomaterials have significantly improved biosensor performance. Perhaps the greatest advances in nano-sized biosensors have been achieved in electrochemical biosensing. Nanomaterials incorporated into electrochemical biosensors have greatly enhanced their sensitivity, linear sensing range, and detection ...

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