Dyes and Pigments - Novel Applications and Waste Treatment 2021
DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.96540
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Dyes as Labels in Biosensing

Abstract: Investigation and evaluation of dyes play a vital role in the process of introduction novel labels and their corresponding sensing methods, which signify opportunities for the development of biosensors. This chapter introduces applications of various dyes as labels in biosensing. Bio-recognition molecules with dyes transduce biological information into measurable optical, electrochemical, magnetic or other kinds of signals for quantification. The dyes used in this field were summarized and reviewed according t… Show more

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“…Ultrasensitive and multiplexed detection of HPV DNA was achieved using PS microparticles synthesized in-house, modified with a silica coating, and doped with an organic dye [ 105 ]. Organic dyes produce intense fluorescent signals even in minute concentrations, but sensitivity to the solution environment can be an inhibiting factor [ 106 ]. Encasing organic-dye-doped microparticles in silica shells could potentially stabilize dye behavior in solution.…”
Section: Viruses Detected Using Microparticlesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Ultrasensitive and multiplexed detection of HPV DNA was achieved using PS microparticles synthesized in-house, modified with a silica coating, and doped with an organic dye [ 105 ]. Organic dyes produce intense fluorescent signals even in minute concentrations, but sensitivity to the solution environment can be an inhibiting factor [ 106 ]. Encasing organic-dye-doped microparticles in silica shells could potentially stabilize dye behavior in solution.…”
Section: Viruses Detected Using Microparticlesmentioning
confidence: 99%