Publication details for Professor David WoodAguiar, F A, Rosamond, M C, Wood, D & Kataky, R (2008). Towards multifunctional microelectrode arrays. Analyst 133(8): 1060-1063.
- Publication type: Journal papers: academic
- ISSN/ISBN: 0003-2654, 1364-5528
- DOI: 10.1039/B802475H
- Keywords: LINEAR SWEEP VOLTAMMETRY; MICRODISK ELECTRODES; CHRONOAMPEROMETRIC RESPONSE; ULTRAMICROELECTRODE
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Author(s) from Durham
A single microelectrode array platform, divided into groups of microelectrodes with flexible multiplexing can enable a ‘defective’ cluster of microelectrodes to be readily identified, by comparing normalised currents with the numbers of microelectrodes in the groups of arrays. This generic design principle may be extended for integrating multiple analyte sensing in a single
microarray platform. The calibration of the microelectrode arrays, using white light interferometry and electrochemistry is described. The application for multianalyte detection is discussed.