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Impedance spectroscopy is a rapidly developing electrochemical technique for the characterization of biomaterialfunctionalized electrodes and biocatalytic transformations at electrode surfaces, and… Expand
The combination of biological molecules and novel nanomaterial components is of great importance in the process of developing new nanoscale devices for future biological, medical, and electronic… Expand
Particles in the nanometer size range are attracting increasing attention with the growth of interest in nanotechnological disciplines. Nanoparticles display fascinating electronic and optical… Expand
Nanomaterials, such as metal or semiconductor nanoparticles and nanorods, exhibit similar dimensions to those of biomolecules, such as proteins (enzymes, antigens, antibodies) or DNA. The integration… Expand
Metallic or semiconductor nanoparticles (NPs) are used as labels for the electrochemical, photoelectrochemical, or surface plasmon resonance (SPR) detection of cocaine using a common aptasensor… Expand
A novel glucose ∣ O2 biofuel cell element was assembled by the engineering of layered bioelectrocatalytic electrodes. The anode consists of a surface reconstituted glucose oxidase monolayer, whereas… Expand
DNA and telomerase activity are detected by a DNAzyme generated upon hybridization and opening of a functional catalytic beacon.
The design and use of materials in the nanoscale size range for addressing medical and health-related issues continues to receive increasing interest. Research in nanomedicine spans a multitude of… Expand
The reconstitution of an apo-flavoenzyme, apo–glucose oxidase, on a 1.4-nanometer gold nanocrystal functionalized with the cofactor flavin adenine dinucleotide and integrated into a conductive film… Expand