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Las líneas de investigación van encaminadas al desarrollo de sensores y biosensores para la determinación de analitos de interés medioambiental, clínico y agroalimentario. Se han desarrollado:


Revenga-Parra, M. et al. “Synthesis and electrocatalytic activity towards oxidation of hydrazine of a new family of hydroquinone salophen derivatives. Application to the construction of hydrazine sensors” Sensors and Actuators B (2005), 107, 678-687


Rodriguez, J.A. et al. “Development of ionoselective electrochemical sensors by using the sol-gel process”  
Analytica Chimica Acta
(2004), 524 (1-2), 339-346

Cabello Carramolino, G., Petit-Dominguez, M.D. "Development of new sol-gel carbon composite electrodes and their application as electrochemical sensors" Microchimica Acta DOI 10.007/s00604-008-0074-6.

 
Pariente, F. et al. "Aldehyde Biosensor Based on the Determination of NADH Enzymically Generated by Aldehyde Dehydrogenase"    Analytical Chemistry  (1995),  67(21),  3936-44

 
Del Pozo, M. V. et al. “DNA biosensor for detection of Helicobacter pylori using phen-dione as the electrochemically active ligand in osmium complexes” Analytical Chemistry (2005), 77, 2550-2557


Abad, J. M. et al. "A quartz crystal microbalance assay for detection of antibodies against the recombinant African swine fever virus attachment protein p12 in swine serum" Analytica Chimica Acta  (1998),  368(3),  183-189



Casero, E. et al.  “Comprehensive study of bioanalytical platforms: Xanthine oxidase“
Analytical Chemistry
(2006), 78(2), 530-537


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