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Liquid gated biosensor using reduced graphene oxide and silicon dioxide substrate as a detection platform for cytochrome c (protein) using the liquid gated method Name: Name: Tutor: Date: Objectives 2 The main objective of the study include; 3 Characteristics required in a biosensor 4 Biosensors are used in food analysis 4 Carbon based biosensor 5 Electrochemical biosensors 6 Surface Plasmon resonance biosensor 7 Surface acoustic wave-based sensors 9 Graphene 9 Reduced grapheme oxides 10 Cytochrome c 10 Binding mechanism for reduced graphene oxide and cytochrome c applied 12 1-Ethyl-3-(3-dimethylaminopropyl)carbodiimide 12 Structures and stages of EDC 12 Liquid gate modulated nano-sensors exh…

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6 18 Conductometric biosensor 19 Surface acoustic wave-based sensors 20 Bibliography 20 Farhan A.(2008 ).Nanobiosensors .American Society of Civil Engineers.Methods Mol Biol. Pp.115-26. 24 Further reading 24 Palchetti I, Laschi S, Mascini M. (2010). Electrochemical biosensor technology: application to pesticide detection. Universita degli Studi di Firenze. Italy. 25 Background/introduction Nanotechnology advances are opening development for the biosensors on micron size features that are suitable on detection of molecules in biological sciences. Based on the size micro is added onto the biosensor to indicate the scale. Development of biological sensors for water industry is experiencing growth on the two decades past (Lim et al 2005). The progress on the developments in nanotechnology provides the nano-materials (Vaseashta 2005). Nanoscale materials show extraordinary electrical and optical as well as mechanical properties in comparison to their counterpart. ...
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