A robust DNA interface on a silicon electrode

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Two different interfaces prepared via UV-hydrosilylation of undecylenic acid and 1,8-nonadiyne on silicon(111) have been explored to develop a robust electrochemical DNA sensor. Electrodes modified with undecylenic acid were found to stably immobilise DNA but could not resist the growth of insulating oxides, whereas 1,8-nonadiyne modified electrodes satisfy both requirements. © Partner Organisations 2014.




Michaels, P., Alam, M. T., Ciampi, S., Rouesnel, W., Parker, S. G., Choudhury, M. H., & Gooding, J. J. (2014). A robust DNA interface on a silicon electrode. Chemical Communications, 50(58), 7878–7880. https://doi.org/10.1039/c4cc03418j

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