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Microfluidics‐Based Biosensors: A Microfluidic Paper‐Based Origami Nanobiosensor for Label‐Free, Ultrasensitive Immunoassays (Adv. Healthcare Mater. 11/2016

The first microfluidic paper‐based origami nano‐biosensor featuring zinc oxide nanowires and an electrochemical impedance spectroscopy biosensing mechanism, for label‐free, ultrasensitive immunoassays is reported by X. Li and X. Liu on page 1326. The sensor consists of cellulose paper, a carbon ink... Full description

Journal Title: Advanced Healthcare Materials June 2016, Vol.5(11), pp.1378-1378
Main Author: Li, Xiao
Other Authors: Liu, Xinyu
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title: Microfluidics‐Based Biosensors: A Microfluidic Paper‐Based Origami Nanobiosensor for Label‐Free, Ultrasensitive Immunoassays (Adv. Healthcare Mater. 11/2016
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abstractThe first microfluidic paper‐based origami nano‐biosensor featuring zinc oxide nanowires and an electrochemical impedance spectroscopy biosensing mechanism, for label‐free, ultrasensitive immunoassays is reported by X. Li and X. Liu on page 1326. The sensor consists of cellulose paper, a carbon ink electrode, and zinc oxide nanowires directly grown on the top. Possible parallelization of assays and high storage stability render the sensor promising for clinical diagnostics applications.
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