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Author Kato, Dai ♦ Niwa, Osamu
Source J-STAGE
Content type Text
Publisher The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry
Language English
Abstract This review addresses recent studies of newly developed carbon-based electrode materials and their use for DNA electroanalysis. Recently, new carbon materials including carbon nanotubes (CNT), graphene and diamond-based nanocarbon electrodes have been actively developed as sensing platforms for biomolecules, such as DNA and proteins. Electrochemical techniques using these new material-based electrodes can provide very simple and inexpensive sensing platforms, and so are expected to be used as one of the “post-light” DNA analysis methods, which include coulometric detection, amperometric detection with electroactive tags or intercalators, and potentiometric detection. DNA electroanalysis using these new carbon materials is summarized in view of recent advances on electrodes.
ISSN 09106340
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 2013-04-10
e-ISSN 13482246
Journal Analytical Sciences(analsci)
Volume Number 29
Issue Number 4
Page Count 8
Starting Page 385
Ending Page 392


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