François Mavré

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We described an electrochemical method to monitor in real-time the isothermal helicase-dependent amplification of nucleic acids. The principle of detection is simple and well-adapted to the development of portable, easy-to-use and inexpensive nucleic acids detection technologies. It consists of monitoring a decrease in the electrochemical current response(More)
We report a two-channel microelectrochemical sensor that communicates between separate sensing and reporting microchannels via one or more bipolar electrodes (BPEs). Depending on the contents of each microchannel and the voltage applied across the BPE, faradaic reactions may be activated simultaneously in both channels. As presently configured, one end of(More)
In this paper, we report a new electroanalytical technique we call snapshot voltammetry. This method combines the properties of bipolar electrodes with electrogenerated chemiluminescence (ECL) to provide a means for recording optical voltammograms in a single micrograph. In essence, the information in a snapshot voltammogram is contained in the spatial(More)
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