Trends and Advances in Electrochemiluminescence Nanobiosensors
AbstractThe rapid and increasing use of the nanomaterials (NMs), nanostructured materials (NSMs), metal nanoclusters (MNCs) or nanocomposites (NCs) in the development of electrochemiluminescence (ECL) nanobiosensors is a significant area of study for its massive potential in the practical application of nanobiosensor fabrication. Recently, NMs or NSMs (such as AuNPs, AgNPs, Fe3O4, CdS QDs, OMCs, graphene, CNTs and fullerenes) or MNCs (such as Au, Ag, and Pt) or NCs of both metallic and non-metallic origin are being employed for various purposes in the construction of biosensors. In this review, we have selected recently published articles (from 2014–2017) on the current development and prospects of label-free or direct ECL nanobiosensors that incorporate NCs, NMs, NSMs or MNCs. View Full-Text
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Rizwan, M.; Mohd-Naim, N.F.; Ahmed, M.U. Trends and Advances in Electrochemiluminescence Nanobiosensors. Sensors 2018, 18, 166.
Rizwan M, Mohd-Naim NF, Ahmed MU. Trends and Advances in Electrochemiluminescence Nanobiosensors. Sensors. 2018; 18(1):166.Chicago/Turabian Style
Rizwan, Mohammad; Mohd-Naim, Noor F.; Ahmed, Minhaz U. 2018. "Trends and Advances in Electrochemiluminescence Nanobiosensors." Sensors 18, no. 1: 166.
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