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Enzyme-free electrochemical immunosensor based on methylene blue and the electro-oxidation of hydrazine on Pt nanoparticles
G Dutta, S Nagarajan, LJ Lapidus, PB Lillehoj
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 92, 372-377, 2017
712017
Low-interference washing-free electrochemical immunosensor using glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase as an enzyme label
G Dutta, S Park, A Singh, J Seo, S Kim, H Yang
Analytical chemistry 87 (7), 3574-3578, 2015
642015
Washing-free heterogeneous immunosensor using proximity-dependent electron mediation between an enzyme label and an electrode
G Dutta, S Kim, S Park, H Yang
Analytical chemistry 86 (9), 4589-4595, 2014
542014
A comprehensive review on current COVID-19 detection methods: From lab care to point of care diagnosis
B Singh, B Datta, A Ashish, G Dutta
Sensors International 2, 100119, 2021
522021
Microfluidic devices for label-free DNA detection
G Dutta, J Rainbow, U Zupancic, S Papamatthaiou, P Estrela, D Moschou
Chemosensors 6 (4), 43, 2018
452018
An ultrasensitive enzyme-free electrochemical immunosensor based on redox cycling amplification using methylene blue
G Dutta, PB Lillehoj
Analyst 142 (18), 3492-3499, 2017
422017
Enzyme-assisted glucose quantification for a painless Lab-on-PCB patch implementation
G Dutta, A Regoutz, D Moschou
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 167, 112484, 2020
412020
Redox cycling-amplified enzymatic Ag deposition and its application in the highly sensitive detection of creatine kinase-MB
AMJ Haque, J Kim, G Dutta, S Kim, H Yang
Chemical Communications 51 (77), 14493-14496, 2015
412015
From photosynthesis to biosensing: Chlorophyll proves to be a versatile molecule
R Mandal, G Dutta
Sensors International 1, 100058, 2020
392020
Wash-free, label-free immunoassay for rapid electrochemical detection of PfHRP2 in whole blood samples
G Dutta, PB Lillehoj
Scientific reports 8 (1), 17129, 2018
362018
Electrochemical biosensors for cytokine profiling: Recent advancements and possibilities in the near future
N Dutta, PB Lillehoj, P Estrela, G Dutta
Biosensors 11 (3), 94, 2021
322021
Electrochemical biosensors for rapid detection of malaria
G Dutta
Materials Science for Energy Technologies 3, 150-158, 2020
322020
Label-Free Electrochemical Detection of S. mutans Exploiting Commercially Fabricated Printed Circuit Board Sensing Electrodes
G Dutta, AA Jallow, D Paul, D Moschou
Micromachines 10 (9), 575, 2019
272019
Commercially fabricated printed circuit board sensing electrodes for biomarker electrochemical detection: The importance of electrode surface characteristics in sensor performance
G Dutta, A Regoutz, D Moschou
Proceedings 2 (13), 741, 2018
232018
An asymmetric dinuclear copper (II) complex with phenoxo and acetate bridges: Synthesis, structure and magnetic studies
G Dutta, RK Debnath, A Kalita, P Kumar, M Sarma, RB Shankar, B Mondal
Polyhedron 30 (2), 293-298, 2011
232011
Aptamer-based biosensors and their implications in COVID-19 diagnosis
M Mandal, N Dutta, G Dutta
Analytical Methods 13 (45), 5400-5417, 2021
212021
Sensitive electrochemical detection of vaccinia virus in a solution containing a high concentration of L-ascorbic acid
S Park, J Kim, H Ock, G Dutta, J Seo, EC Shin, H Yang
Analyst 140 (16), 5481-5487, 2015
192015
Impact of surface roughness on the self-assembling of molecular films onto gold electrodes for label-free biosensing applications
G Dutta, FCB Fernandes, P Estrela, D Moschou, PR Bueno
Electrochimica Acta 378, 138137, 2021
152021
Towards self-powered and autonomous wearable glucose sensor
SS Ghoreishizadeh, D Moschou, D McBay, C Gonalez-Solino, G Dutta, ...
2018 25th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems …, 2018
142018
A concentration dependent auto-relay-recognition by the same analyte: a dual fluorescence switch-on by hydrogen sulfide via Michael addition followed by reduction and staining …
AK Das, S Goswami, G Dutta, S Maity, T kanti Mandal, K Khanra, ...
Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 14 (2), 570-576, 2016
142016
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