Electrochemical sensing of biotin using Nafion-modified boron-doped diamond electrode
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McGlacken, Gerard P.
Glennon, Jeremy D.
Luong, John H. T.
American Chemical Society (ACS)
Nafion formed on the surface of a boron-doped diamond electrode allows for a chemosensing system for biotin. The modified electrode is capable of oxidizing biotin and offers a detection limit of 5 nM, the average normal level of biotin in blood plasma. The developed method was successfully applied to determine biotin in human plasma samples and a popular health product as two popular models.
Pathogen pseudomonas-aeruginosa , Reduction , Derivatization , Interference , Acetonitrile , Derivatives , Membranes , Biocytin , Behavior , Analogs
Buzid, A., McGlacken, G. P., Glennon, J. D. and Luong, J. H. T. (2018) 'Electrochemical sensing of biotin using Nafion-modified boron-doped diamond electrode', ACS Omega, 3(7), pp. 7776-7782. DOI:10.1021/acsomega.8b01209