BSA-rGO nanocomposite hydrogel formed by UV polymerization and in situ reduction applied as biosensor electrode.

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2013-10

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This communication demonstrates a convenient strategy to prepare a tough BSA-rGO hydrogel electrode via photopolymerization, which is demonstrated to be a highly effective H2O2 biosensor electrode with low detection concentration and high sensing sensitivity after combining with hemin chloride.

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10.1039/c3tb20899k

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Tang, Zhou, Lu Gao, Yihua Wu, Teng Su, Qing Wu, Xinhua Liu, Wenjun Li, Qigang Wang, et al. (2013). BSA-rGO nanocomposite hydrogel formed by UV polymerization and in situ reduction applied as biosensor electrode. Journal of materials chemistry. B, 1(40). pp. 5393–5397. 10.1039/c3tb20899k Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/26340.

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