Online Monitoring of Superoxide Anions Released from Skeletal Muscle Cells Using an Electrochemical Biosensor Based on Thick-Film Nanoporous Gold

@inproceedings{Sadeghian2016OnlineMO,
  title={Online Monitoring of Superoxide Anions Released from Skeletal Muscle Cells Using an Electrochemical Biosensor Based on Thick-Film Nanoporous Gold},
  author={Ramin Banan Sadeghian and Serge Ostrovidov and Jiuhui Han and Sahar Salehi and Behzad Bahraminejad and Hojae Bae and Mingwei Chen and Ali Khademhosseini},
  year={2016}
}
Online detection and accurate quantification of superoxide anions released from skeletal muscle tissue is important in both physiological and pathological contexts. Above certain physiologically redundant levels, superoxides may exert toxic effects. Here we present design, fabrication, and successful testing of a highly sensitive electrochemical superoxide biosensor based on nanoporous gold (NPG) immobilized with cytochrome-c (cyt-c). A significant 14-fold enhancement in the biosensor… CONTINUE READING

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