Author pages are created from data sourced from our academic publisher partnerships and public sources.
Human Skin 3D Bioprinting Using Scaffold‐Free Approach
- Léa J Pourchet, A. Thépot, +4 authors C. Marquette
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Advanced healthcare materials
- 1 February 2017
We demonstrate the capability of a newly developed bio-ink formulation and the use of an open source printer, for the production of a really complete skin model. Expand
Bacteriophage-modified microarrays for the direct impedimetric detection of bacteria.
- A. Shabani, M. Zourob, B. Allain, C. Marquette, M. Lawrence, R. Mandeville
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Analytical chemistry
- 7 November 2008
A novel method is presented for the specific and direct detection of bacteria using bacteriophages as recognition receptors immobilized covalently onto functionalized screen-printed carbon electrode… Expand
Magnetically-assisted impedimetric detection of bacteria using phage-modified carbon microarrays.
This study presents an investigation on the possibility of improving the detection limit of bacteria with an inexpensive electrochemical, impedimetric sensor platform, by integrating the sensor with… Expand
Diazonium-protein adducts for graphite electrode microarrays modification: direct and addressed electrochemical immobilization.
- B. Corgier, C. Marquette, L. Blum
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of the American Chemical Society
- 2 December 2005
Diazonium cation electrodeposition was investigated for the direct and electro-addressed immobilization of proteins. For the first time, this reaction was triggered directly onto diazonium-modified… Expand
Electrochemiluminescent biosensors array for the concomitant detection of choline, glucose, glutamate, lactate, lysine and urate.
A multifunctional bio-sensing chip was designed based on the electrochemiluminescent (ECL) detection of enzymatically produced hydrogen peroxide. Six different oxidases specific for choline, glucose,… Expand
Semi-automated membrane based chemiluminescent immunosensor for flow injection analysis of okadaic acid in mussels
Abstract A chemiluminescent immunosensor integrated in a flow injection analysis system was developed for the detection of the ‘diarrheic shellfish poisoning’ (DSP) toxin okadaic acid (OA). Anti-OA… Expand
Luminol electrochemiluminescence-based fibre optic biosensors for flow injection analysis of glucose and lactate in natural samples
Abstract A fibre optic biosensor based on the electrochemiluminescence of luminol has been developed for glucose and lactate flow injection analysis. The electrochemiluminescence of luminol was… Expand
Disposable screen-printed chemiluminescent biochips for the simultaneous determination of four point-of-care relevant proteins
- C. Marquette, F. Bouteille, B. Corgier, A. Degiuli, L. Blum
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry
- 1 February 2009
AbstractA screen-printed (SP) microarray is presented as a platform for the achievement of multiparametric biochips. The SP platform is composed of eight (0.28-mm2) working electrodes modified with… Expand
SU-8-carbon composite as conductive photoresist for biochip applications.
- Mouhssine Benlarbi, L. Blum, C. Marquette
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Biosensors & bioelectronics
- 1 October 2012
A composite photoresist has been developed for the direct photopatterning of electrodes useful as biochip substrates. The material is composed of SU-8 polymer added with graphite carbon filler which… Expand
"Macromolecules to PDMS transfer" as a general route for PDMS biochips.
"Macromolecules to PDMS transfer" technique relying on the direct entrapment of macromolecules spots during PDMS polymerisation is proposed as an alternative for the easy and simple PDMS surface… Expand