Aptasensors Based on Stripping Voltammetry
AbstractAptasensors based on stripping voltammetry exhibit several advantages, such as high sensitivity and multi-target detection from stripping voltammetric technology, and high selectivity from the specific binding of apamers with targets. This review comprehensively discusses the recent accomplishments in signal amplification strategies based on nanomaterials, such as metal nanoparticles, semiconductor nanoparticles, and nanocomposite materials, which are detected by stripping voltammetry after suitable dissolution. Focus will be put in discussing multiple amplification strategies that are widely applied in aptasensors for small biomolecules, proteins, disease markers, and cancer cells. View Full-Text
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Qi, W.; Wu, D.; Xu, G.; Nsabimana, J.; Nsabimana, A. Aptasensors Based on Stripping Voltammetry. Chemosensors 2016, 4, 12.
Qi W, Wu D, Xu G, Nsabimana J, Nsabimana A. Aptasensors Based on Stripping Voltammetry. Chemosensors. 2016; 4(3):12.Chicago/Turabian Style
Qi, Wenjing; Wu, Di; Xu, Guobao; Nsabimana, Jacques; Nsabimana, Anaclet. 2016. "Aptasensors Based on Stripping Voltammetry." Chemosensors 4, no. 3: 12.
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