Electrical biochip technology--a tool for microarrays and continuous monitoring.

  title={Electrical biochip technology--a tool for microarrays and continuous monitoring.},
  author={Joerg Albers and Thomas Grunwald and Eric Nebling and Gundula Piechotta and Rainer Hintsche},
  journal={Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry},
  volume={377 3},
Based on electrical biochips made in Si-technology cost effective portable devices have been constructed for field applications and point of care diagnosis. These miniaturized amperometric biosensor devices enable the evaluation of biomolecular interactions by measuring the redox recycling of ELISA products, as well as the electrical monitoring of metabolites. The highly sensitive redox recycling is facilitated by interdigitated ultramicroelectrodes of high spatial resolution. The application… CONTINUE READING


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