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Graphene-Assisted Electrochemical Sensor for Detection of Pancreatic Cancer Markers

Author(s): Peng Shi

Graphene, a new type of carbon nanomaterial discovered in 2004, is a new type of carbon nanomaterial. It has strong promise for high-tech applications in electronics, mechanics, medicine, and aerospace due to its optimal flat two-dimensional structure and unique electrical, thermal, optical, and mechanical capabilities. Following carbon nanotubes, it is a developing carbon nanomaterial with promising theoretical and application possibilities. Graphene combines the redox properties of some bioelectrically active compounds, allowing it to detect the target molecule through its redox reaction on the electrode surface and the resulting current signal

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