Chemically derived graphene for surface plasmon resonance biosensing

Yu V. Stebunov, Aleksey V. Arsenin, Valentyn S. Volkov

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Abstract

Chemically derived graphene is a promising platform for applications in biosensing interfaces. The present chapter focuses primarily on surface plasmon resonance (SPR) biosensing, which is already a well-established analytical tool in biochemical and pharmaceutical research. Different SPR biosensing assays based on graphene and graphene oxide immobilisation matrices are reviewed, with a special emphasis on the deposition of linking layers, their functionalisation, and advantages compared to the existing SPR interfaces
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChemically derived graphene : functionalization, properties and applications
EditorsJintao Zhang
Place of PublicationCroydon, UK
PublisherRoyal Society of Chemistry
Publication date19. Apr 2018
Pages328-353
ISBN (Print)9781788010801
ISBN (Electronic)9781788012829
Publication statusPublished - 19. Apr 2018
SeriesNanoscience & Nanotechnology Series
ISSN1757-7136

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Stebunov, Y. V., Arsenin, A. V., & Volkov, V. S. (2018). Chemically derived graphene for surface plasmon resonance biosensing. In J. Zhang (Ed.), Chemically derived graphene: functionalization, properties and applications (pp. 328-353). Croydon, UK: Royal Society of Chemistry. Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Series
Stebunov, Yu V. ; Arsenin, Aleksey V. ; Volkov, Valentyn S. / Chemically derived graphene for surface plasmon resonance biosensing. Chemically derived graphene: functionalization, properties and applications. editor / Jintao Zhang. Croydon, UK : Royal Society of Chemistry, 2018. pp. 328-353 (Nanoscience & Nanotechnology Series).
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