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Graphene-based Biosensors With Capabilities of Detecting Blood Disorders Developed

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Graphene-based Biosensors With Capabilities of Detecting Blood Disorders Developed

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Scientists from Germany and Korea have successfully utilized Aptamer-based electrochemical biosensors, which are best known for their extreme sensitivity for detection, and adapted them to use laser-induced graphene to exhibit high performance at low frequencies.

This method of identifying such issues is dominant over different methods such as using antibodies to detect irregularities, with aptamer-based electrochemical biosensors can detect smaller portions of biomarkers more often and with higher accuracy. One issue which had to be solved was the necessity of labeling the biomarkers with fluorescent substances, but the addition of Laster Induced Graphene entirely passes this step.

These studies will surely enhance defect disorder detection by utilizing graphene in previously flawed methods.

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