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Gold Nanoparticles/Thermochromic Composite Film on Screen-Printed Electrodes for Simultaneous Detection of Protein and Temperature
Journal of Biomaterials and Nanobiotechnology
In this study, gold nanoparticles and thermochromic composite films modified screen-printed carbon electrodes (TM-AuNPsSPCEs) were developed as a platform for the simultaneous detection of protein and temperature. The TM-AuNPs composited film had better sensitivity resulting from the gold nanoparticles amplification effect. A phase transition model analysis of TM-AuNPs films found that the TM-AuNPs films had three-phase transition intervals (<45˚C, 45˚C to 80˚C and >80˚C) which accommodated thedoi:10.4236/jbnb.2021.122002 fatcat:ctltwymeizc3znc7k2bg5eja4u