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Protein adsorption onto nanomaterials for the development of biosensors and analytical devices: a review.
An important consideration for the development of biosensors is the adsorption of the biorecognition element to the surface of a substrate. As the first step in the immobilization process, adsorptionExpand
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Determination of nitrite in saliva using microfluidic paper-based analytical devices.
Point-of-care platforms can provide fast responses, decrease the overall cost of the treatment, allow for in-home determinations with or without a trained specialist, and improve the success of theExpand
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Microfab-less Microfluidic Capillary Electrophoresis Devices.
Compared to conventional bench-top instruments, microfluidic devices possess advantageous characteristics including great portability potential, reduced analysis time (minutes), and relativelyExpand
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Immobilization of glucose oxidase to nanostructured films of polystyrene-block-poly(2-vinylpyridine).
A critical step for the development of biosensors is the immobilization of the biorecognition element to the surface of a substrate. Among other materials that can be used as substrates, blockExpand
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