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000195163 245__ $$aLarge scale inkjet-printing of carbon nanotubes electrodes for antioxidant assays in blood bags
000195163 269__ $$a2014
000195163 260__ $$bElsevier$$c2014$$aLausanne
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000195163 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000195163 520__ $$aHerein, we present the large scale fabrication of carbon nanotubes (CNT) electrodes supported on flexible polymeric sheets by subsequent multilayer inkjet printing of a silver layer for electrical connection, CNT layers as active electrode material and an insulation layer to define a stand-alone CNT active electrode area with high accuracy. Optical and electrochemical characterization using several redox mediators demonstrates the reproducibility of the electrode surfaces and their functionality even with a single inkjet printed CNT layer. These electrodes are targeted to the clinical sector for the determination of the antioxidant power (AOP) of biologically relevant fluids by pseudo-titration voltammetry. As a proof-of-concept, the AOP of ascorbic acid solutions and biological samples such as erythrocyte concentrates (ECs) from different blood donors were determined demonstrating the potential use of the presented CNT sensors on ECs for blood transfusion purposes and the clinical sector.
000195163 6531_ $$aCarbon nanotubes
000195163 6531_ $$aAmperometric sensors
000195163 6531_ $$aInkjet printing
000195163 6531_ $$aAntioxidants
000195163 6531_ $$aErythrocyte concentrates
000195163 700__ $$0246751$$g208650$$aLesch, Andreas
000195163 700__ $$0242741$$g176551$$aCortes Salazar, Fernando
000195163 700__ $$0240245$$g114390$$aPrudent, Michel
000195163 700__ $$aDelobel, Julien
000195163 700__ $$aRastgar, Shokoufeh
000195163 700__ $$0240309$$g146269$$aLion, Niels
000195163 700__ $$aTissot, Jean-Daniel
000195163 700__ $$aTacchini, Philippe
000195163 700__ $$aGirault, Hubert H.$$g105258$$0242739
000195163 773__ $$j717–718$$tJournal of Electroanalytical Chemistry$$q61-68
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