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Detection of IP-10 protein marker in undiluted blood serum via an electrochemical E-DNA scaffold sensor

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Abstract

We describe an electrochemical analog of fluorescence polarization that supports the quantitative measurement of a specific protein, the chemokine IP-10, directly in undiluted blood serum. The sensor is label-free, wash-free, and electronic, suggesting it could support point-of-care detection of diagnostic proteins in largely unprocessed clinical samples.

Graphical abstract: Detection of IP-10 protein marker in undiluted blood serum via an electrochemical E-DNA scaffold sensor

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The article was received on 29 May 2013, accepted on 23 Jul 2013 and first published on 25 Jul 2013


Article type: Communication
DOI: 10.1039/C3AN01079A
Citation: Analyst, 2013,138, 5580-5583
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    Detection of IP-10 protein marker in undiluted blood serum via an electrochemical E-DNA scaffold sensor

    A. J. Bonham, N. G. Paden, F. Ricci and K. W. Plaxco, Analyst, 2013, 138, 5580
    DOI: 10.1039/C3AN01079A

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