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Aptameric SERS sensor for Hg~(2+) analysis using silver nanoparticles
作者: Wang,Guoqing ; Chen, LingXin(陈令新)
刊名: Chinese Chemical Letters
ISSN号: 1001-8417
出版日期: 2009
卷号: 20, 期号:12, 页码:1475-1477
关键词: SERS ; silver nanoparticles ; aptamer ; detection ; Raman scattering ; simple ; based ; AgNPs ; high
学科分类: 环境科学技术其他学科
产权排序: Yantai Institute of Coastal Zone Research for Sustainable Development, Chinese Academy of Science
通讯作者: Chen,Lingxin
作者部门: 环境化学实验室
中文摘要: Aptamer-silver nanopartieles (AgNPs) based surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) sensor has been developed for Hg~(2+)detection by employing the structure-switching aptamer in the presence of spermine. This simple method shows excellent sensitivity and selectivity owing to the sensitive SERS detection technique and high specificity of aptamer for binding Hg~(2+).
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语种: 英语
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Wang,Guoqing,Chen,Lingxin. Aptameric SERS sensor for Hg~(2+) analysis using silver nanoparticles[J]. Chinese Chemical Letters,2009,20(12):1475-1477.
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