Nanostructure film modified electrodes for the preparation of DNA biosensors
|Adriana Ferancova 1, Ludmila Heilerova 2, Jiří Zima 3, Jiří Barek 3, Jan Labuda 1|
1. Slovak University of Technology, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Bratislava 81237, Slovakia (Slovak Rep.)
Nanostructured films of multi-wall carbon nanotubes, hydroxyapatite and montmorillonite were deposited at the surface of a working electrode of the commercial carbon paste-based screen-printed assembly (SPE) and utilized for the surface modification with the double-stranded DNA using layer-to-layer coverage and mixed (composite) coverage. The surface morphology of the sensors was investigated using scanning electron microscopy. The DNA redox marker [Co(phen)3]3+ and ferrocyanide ion were used for the investigation of basic electrochemical properties of the sensors using differential pulse voltammetry and cyclic voltammetry. The modified electrodes were characterized also by electrochemical impedance measurements.
The DNA-based biosensors showed good repeability of the signal as well as necessary stability within several days. A relative enhancement of the DNA signals at the SPE electrodes with nanostructured films comparing to the simple DNA modified SPE, which is neccessary for the detection of DNA binding and damage interactions, was found. DNA biosensors based on carbon nanotubes were also applied to the detection of damage to DNA.
Acknowledgement: This work was supported by the Grant Agency APVT (No. 27-010304 and No. 20-015904) and by the Grant Agency of the Czech Republic (No. 203/03/0182).
Presentation: Short communication at SMCBS'2005 Workshop, by Adriana Ferancova
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Submitted: 2005-09-05 12:56 Revised: 2009-06-07 00:44
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