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Issue 7, 2004

SERRS as a more sensitive technique for the detection of labelled oligonucleotides compared to fluorescence

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Abstract

This communication contains data from a comparison between the detection limits obtained using surface enhanced resonance Raman scattering (SERRS) and fluorescence detection of dye labelled oligonucleotides. The results show that the detection limits for SERRS are generally at least three orders of magnitude lower than those obtained for fluorescence.

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Submitted
29 Apr 2004
Accepted
20 May 2004
First published
03 Jun 2004

Analyst, 2004,129, 567-568
Article type
Communication

SERRS as a more sensitive technique for the detection of labelled oligonucleotides compared to fluorescence

K. Faulds, R. P. Barbagallo, J. T. Keer, W. E. Smith and D. Graham, Analyst, 2004, 129, 567 DOI: 10.1039/B406423B

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