Truncated aptamers as selective receptors in a gluten sensor supporting direct measurement in a deep eutectic solvent.

  title={Truncated aptamers as selective receptors in a gluten sensor supporting direct measurement in a deep eutectic solvent.},
  author={Rossella Svigelj and Nicol{\`o} Dossi and Stefania Pizzolato and Rosanna Toniolo and Rebeca Miranda-Castro and Noem{\'i} de-los-Santos-{\'A}lvarez and Mar{\'i}a Jes{\'u}s Lobo-Casta{\~n}{\'o}n},
  journal={Biosensors \& bioelectronics},

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