Development of low-cost, robust and ultra-sensing material platforms for clinically important analytes is one of the key steps for new-generation biosensors. As a promising 2D material, graphene has emerged to fulfill such purposes. Graphene based materials have shown the potential to be an ideal support for chemosensors and biosensors. Functionalization of graphene can further transform this 2D material into various versatile platforms for different applications. In this presentation, we will address some of our recent investigations: (1) electrochemically active functionalization of graphene nanosheets, (2) loading of different enzymes on functionalized graphene matrix, and (3) electrochemical performances of the functionalized nanaohybrid materials based prototype sensors. These latest advancements could be crucial for the design and fabrication of low-cost, flexible and disposable biosensors.
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Event||67th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry: Electrochemistry: from Sense to Sustainability - World Forum, The Hague, Netherlands|
Duration: 21 Aug 2016 → 26 Aug 2016
|Conference||67th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry|
|Period||21/08/2016 → 26/08/2016|
Halder, A., Ulstrup, J., & Chi, Q. (2016). Electrochemically active functionalization of graphene for development of prototype biosensing devices. Abstract from 67th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry, The Hague, Netherlands.