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A novel technique has been developed for the analysis of trace amount of Nuclear Matrix Protein 22 (t-NMP22) using adsorptive fast Fourier transform fast cyclic voltammetry (AFFTFCV) in a flow system. The measurements involved continuously applying a cleaning, stripping potential steps together with a potential ramp onto a gold platinum (Au/Pt) ultramicro disk electrode in a flow system, and measuring a signal based on changes in the electrode capacitance as a result of the adsorption and/ordoi:10.20964/2019.04.37 fatcat:o4q7ge7maffmrevmpkobqsdnqy