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Validation of Disposable Stochastic Sensors Based on Nanolayer Depositon(s) of Silver and AgC Composite on Plastic for the Assay of α-Amylase in Whole Blood and Saliva

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Faculty of Applied Chemistry and Material Science, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Bucharest 060021, Romania
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Laboratory of Electrochemistry and PATLAB, National Institute of Research for Electrochemistry and Condensed Matter, 202, Splaiul Independentei Str., Bucharest 060021, Romania
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Low Temperature Plasma Laboratory, National Institute for Lasers, Plasma and Radiation Physics (NILPRP), 409 Atomistilor St., Magurele 077125, Romania
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Presented at the Virtual Eurachem Workshop 2020—“Quality Assurance for Analytical Laboratories in the University Curriculum”, 14–15 July 2020; Available online: https://eurachem2020.ro/.
Proceedings 2020, 55(1), 4; https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2020055004
Published: 17 September 2020
Nanolayer deposition(s) of Ag and AgC composite on a plastic substrate was used to design disposable stochastic sensors. The first sensor was based on an Ag nanofilm deposited on plastic; for the second sensor, an AgC composite was deposited on plastic, and, for the third sensor, on the plastic was deposited first a nanofilm of Ag and on top of it a nanofilm of the AgC composite. α-Cyclodextrin was used to modify the active surface of the sensor.
Keywords: interleukins; stochastic sensors; method validation interleukins; stochastic sensors; method validation
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Lungu-Moscalu, A.; Staden, R.-I.-V.; Badulescu, M. Validation of Disposable Stochastic Sensors Based on Nanolayer Depositon(s) of Silver and AgC Composite on Plastic for the Assay of α-Amylase in Whole Blood and Saliva. Proceedings 2020, 55, 4.

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