Facile synthesis of paper based graphene electrodes for point of care devices: A double stranded DNA (dsDNA) biosensor
The demand for high-quality graphene for electronic applications is increasing due to its high carrier mobility and electrical conductivity. In this connection, printing technology is a reliable method towards the fabrication of conductive, disposable graphene-based electrode for low-cost sensor application. Herein, we aimed to report the synthesis of high-quality graphene nanosheets obtained by electrochemical exfoliation of biomass-derived from corn cob. The conductive ink was prepared from this exfoliated graphene and was utilized for the preparation of paper-based graphene electrode towards double stranded DNA (dsDNA) sensor application. This paper, based graphene electrode opens the possibility of direct electrochemical analysis of analyte without any sample preparation. In this study, two irreversible oxide peaks were obtained from paper-based printed graphene electrode, corresponds to oxidation of guanine (G) and adenine (A) of dsDNA in the linear range of 0.2 pg mL(-1) to 5 pg mL(-1) with the detection limit of 0.68 pg mL(-1) and the sensitivity of 0.00656 mA pg(-1) cm(-2). Further, a small-scale printable circuit is fabricated using this graphene shows good conductivity of 1.145x10(3)(S/m). (C) 2020 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
|Título según WOS:||Facile synthesis of paper based graphene electrodes for point of care devices: A double stranded DNA (dsDNA) biosensor|
|Título según SCOPUS:||Facile synthesis of paper based graphene electrodes for point of care devices: A double stranded DNA (dsDNA) biosensor|
|Fecha de publicación:||2020|
|Página de inicio:||463|