María Pedrero

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The detection and identification of pathogen microorganisms still rely on conventional culturing techniques, which are not suitable for on-site monitoring. Therefore, a great research challenge in this field is focused on the need to develop rapid, reliable, specific, and sensitive methods to detect these bacteria at low cost. Moreover, the growing interest(More)
An electrochemical DNA biosensor based on recognition of double or single stranded DNA (ds-DNA/ss-DNA) immobilised on a self-assembled modified gold electrode is presented for denaturalisation and hybridisation detection. DNA is covalently bond on a self assembled 3-mercaptopropionic acid monolayer by using water soluble(More)
This work demonstrates the design and fabrication of an all cyclo-olefin polymer based microfluidic device capable of capturing magnetic beads and performing electrochemical detection in a series of gold electrodes. The size of chip is of a microscope slide and features six independent measuring cells for multianalyte detection purposes. The aim of this(More)
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