Immunoelectrodes in protein detection: comparison between glassy carbon and a semimetallic Ni/P thin film as binding support. Biological applications.


Though immunoelectrodes can allow direct detection of very low protein amounts (about 0.1 pmol) in vitro and in vivo, they are not yet widely used because they need quality improvement. Based on a few works devoted to the basic electrochemical phenomenon occurring when antibodies are linked onto a solid support and during antigen/antibody complex formation… (More)


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