Electrochemical DNA Sensors for Detection of DNA Damage
AbstractElectrochemical devices have received particular attention due to their rapiddetection and great sensitivity for the evaluation of DNA-hazard compounds interactionmechanisms. Several types of bioanalytical method use nucleic acids probes to detect DNAdamage. This article reviews current directions and strategies in the development andapplications of electrochemical DNA sensors for the detection of DNA damage. View Full-Text
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Diculescu, V.C.; Paquim, A.-M.C.; Brett, A.M.O. Electrochemical DNA Sensors for Detection of DNA Damage. Sensors 2005, 5, 377-393.
Diculescu VC, Paquim A-MC, Brett AMO. Electrochemical DNA Sensors for Detection of DNA Damage. Sensors. 2005; 5(6):377-393.Chicago/Turabian Style
Diculescu, Victor C.; Paquim, Ana-Maria C.; Brett, Ana Maria O. 2005. "Electrochemical DNA Sensors for Detection of DNA Damage." Sensors 5, no. 6: 377-393.