Describes methods and devices for improved chemical and biomass detection assays that combine well defined microstructures having independently addressable electrodes with various surface immobilization electrochemical assays. Combining known chemical detection immobilization assays, electrochemically active moieties with microstructures having independently addressable electrodes provides for vastly improved methods of detecting microorganisms, chemical compounds, and measuring membrane transport.
Chemical Engineering; Chemistry and Biochemistry
Board of Trustees of the University of Arkansas (Little Rock, AR)
Fritsch, Ingrid; Beitle, Robert Jr.; and Aguilar, Zoraida P., "Self-contained microelectrochemical bioassay platforms and methods" (2008). Patents Granted. 98.