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The Utility of the Nitric Oxide Electrochemical Sensor in Biomedical Research
Centre for Research in Biomedicine, Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of the West of England, Frenchay Campus, Coldharbour Lane, Bristol, UK
Department of Neurochemistry, Institute of Neurology, University College London, Queen Square, London, UK
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Received: 9 January 2003 / Accepted: 19 January 2003 / Published: 22 August 2003
Abstract: In recent years World Precision Instruments Inc. (WPI) produced for commercial use a selective and sensitive electrochemical sensor for the detection of the important biological free radical nitric oxide (NO). Though many kinds of NO sensors are now commercially available WPI offers a range of sensors of variable size and applicability for the detection of NO in vivo and in in vitro biomedical samples. This article overviews the working characteristics of the sensors and their utility for biomedical research.
Keywords: Nitric oxide; electrochemical sensors; World Precision Instruments
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Hurst, R.D.; Clark, J.B. The Utility of the Nitric Oxide Electrochemical Sensor in Biomedical Research. Sensors 2003, 3, 321-329.
Hurst RD, Clark JB. The Utility of the Nitric Oxide Electrochemical Sensor in Biomedical Research. Sensors. 2003; 3(8):321-329.
Hurst, Roger D.; Clark, John B. 2003. "The Utility of the Nitric Oxide Electrochemical Sensor in Biomedical Research." Sensors 3, no. 8: 321-329.