The present invention relates to a microvolume electrochemical detection assay. More specifically, the present invention relates to microscale structures having an analyte immobilizing surface and at least one electrode separate from the immobilizing surface. The microscale devices are used in conjunction with an immobilization assay that utilizes an electroactive complex to generate a current that may be detected by the electrode. The small volumes and sensitivity of the assays used in conjunction with microstructures provides an extremely rapid detection method having superior sensitivity to existing methods.
Chemical Engineering; Chemistry & Biochemistry
Board of Trustees of the University of Arkansas (Little Rock, AR)
Fritsch, I., Beitle, R., & Aguilar, Z. P. (2010). Self-contained microelectrochemical bioassay platforms and methods. Patents Granted. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/pat/83