Easy to Use Plastic Optical Fiber-Based Biosensor for Detection of Butanal

@inproceedings{Cennamo2015EasyTU,
  title={Easy to Use Plastic Optical Fiber-Based Biosensor for Detection of Butanal},
  author={Nunzio Cennamo and Stefano Di Giovanni and Antonio Varriale and Maria Staiano and Fabio Di Pietrantonio and Andrea Notargiacomo and Luigi Zeni and Sabato D’Auria},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
The final goal of this work is to achieve a selective detection of butanal by the realization of a simple, small-size and low cost experimental approach. To this end, a porcine odorant-binding protein was used in connection with surface plasmon resonance transduction in a plastic optical fiber tool for the selective detection of butanal by a competitive assay. This allows to reduce the cost and the size of the sensing device and it offers the possibility to design a "Lab-on-a-chip" platform… CONTINUE READING

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