This book focuses on the basic electrochemical applications of DNA in various areas, from basic principles to the most recent discoveries. The book comprises theoretical and experimental analysis of various properties of nucleic acids, research methods, and some promising applications.
Abstract This chapter introduces the state-of-the-art in the main topics covered
in the book: energy harvesting, with special interest in the body energy harvesting
sources, biosensors, and finally the electronics for them. These are the main
aspects to consider in the envisaged conception of the Self-Powered architecture for
subcutaneous detector device.
The new edition of Principles of Electrochemistry has been considerably
extended by a number of new sections, particularly dealing with 'electrochemical
material science' (ion and electron conducting polymers, chemically
modified electrodes), photoelectrochemistry, stochastic processes, new aspects
of ion transfer across biological membranes, biosensors, etc. In view of
this extension of the book we asked Dr Ladislav Kavan (the author of the
section on non-electrochemical methods in the first edition) to contribute as
a co-author discussing many of these topics.
The electrooxidation of 5-hydroxy-1,4-naphthoquinone (JUG) in organic media leads to conducting polymer film on glassy and Pt electrodes. The IR ex situ, IR in situ (MIRFTIRS) during the film formation, XPS studies indicate that electropolymerization occurs via the OH group while quinone group on the other ring remains intact and shows a very good electro activity and stability in different media, particularly in aqueous, biocompatible one.
Trong báo cáo này tác giả đưa ra cảm biến sinh học dòng điện (amperometric biosensor) sử dụng đầu thu là enzyme alkaline phosphatase (ALP) được cố định trên bề mặt điện cực in lưới Pt (screen-printed electrode) đã được biến tính bằng nano carbon để xác định PAT. Mời tham khảo bài viết để biết nội dung chi tiết.