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On chip PCR with electrochemical detection for clinical diagnosis


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Elejalde, N., Keay, R. W., Flower, S. E., Jenkins, A. T. A., Edwards, G., Peter, L. M., Clarkson, J. M. and Cooper, J. M., 2005. On chip PCR with electrochemical detection for clinical diagnosis. In: 9th International Conference on miniaturized system for Chemistry and Life Sciences (mTAS), 2005-01-01, Boston.

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Abstract

We present a microfluidic chamber used for PCR amplification, combined with the highly sensitive and specific electrochemical detection system. Our proposed method has the advantages of having a wider linear dynamic response range, and the ability to make measurements in opaque or turbid biological samples. Electrochemistry provides a technology that is amenable to miniaturisation.

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Item Type Conference or Workshop Items (Paper)
CreatorsElejalde, N., Keay, R. W., Flower, S. E., Jenkins, A. T. A., Edwards, G., Peter, L. M., Clarkson, J. M. and Cooper, J. M.
DepartmentsFaculty of Science > Chemistry
RefereedNo
StatusPublished
ID Code4819

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