Electrochemiluminescent biosensors are nowadays an established technology in the field of immunosensors and diagnostics. Along with the advent of nanotechnology, the marriage between electrochemiluminescence and nanomaterials results in promising enhancing strategies in many biosensor applications. Among nanomaterials, carbon-based ones are the most used, as (i)scaffolds, (ii)luminophores and (iii)electrode materials of the sensor. In this review, we describe the importance of a rational modification and functionalization of carbon nanomaterials to optimize electrochemiluminescence signal, and we also resume the latest and most relevant applications of electrochemiluminescent biosensors based on carbon nanomaterials.

Advanced carbon nanomaterials for electrochemiluminescent biosensor applications

Fiorani A.;Zanut A.;Criado A.
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Prato M.;
2019-01-01

Abstract

Electrochemiluminescent biosensors are nowadays an established technology in the field of immunosensors and diagnostics. Along with the advent of nanotechnology, the marriage between electrochemiluminescence and nanomaterials results in promising enhancing strategies in many biosensor applications. Among nanomaterials, carbon-based ones are the most used, as (i)scaffolds, (ii)luminophores and (iii)electrode materials of the sensor. In this review, we describe the importance of a rational modification and functionalization of carbon nanomaterials to optimize electrochemiluminescence signal, and we also resume the latest and most relevant applications of electrochemiluminescent biosensors based on carbon nanomaterials.
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