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Biomimetic vesicles for electrochemical sensing

Abstract : Biomimetic vesicles, mainly composed of self-assembled bilayers of phospholipids, have attracted great attention for applications in the biosensor field over a number of decades, as a means to amplify the signal through encapsulated signal probes. In this review paper the most important developments in biomimetic vesicles for electrochemical biosensing within the last 2 years are presented, with a focus on the format of bioassays, their inclusion in microfluidic chip devices and their use in mimicking cell membranes. Key issues and the remaining challenges for future commercialization are analyzed.
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Estelle Lebegue, Carole Farre, Catherine Jose, Joëlle Saulnier, Florence Lagarde, et al.. Biomimetic vesicles for electrochemical sensing. Current Opinion in Electrochemistry, Elsevier, 2018, 12 (12), pp.101-106. ⟨10.1016/j.coelec.2018.06.005⟩. ⟨hal-01928207⟩



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