Fluorescence immunoassay based on the inner-filter effect of carbon dots for highly sensitive amantadine detection in foodstuffs

Volume: 294, Pages: 347 - 354
Published: Oct 1, 2019
Abstract
Immunoassays with ultra-high sensitivity for the rapid detection of chemical contaminants in food are urgently required. However, conventional enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) usually suffer from the moderate sensitivity. Herein, we aim to improve the sensitivity of conventional ELISA by employing the fluorescent carbon dots (CDs) as the signal probes based on the principle of inner filter effect (IFE). In this strategy, the...
Paper Details
Title
Fluorescence immunoassay based on the inner-filter effect of carbon dots for highly sensitive amantadine detection in foodstuffs
Published Date
Oct 1, 2019
Volume
294
Pages
347 - 354
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