Detecting analytes

Damion Corrigan (Inventor), Till Bachmann (Inventor), Holger Schulze (Inventor)

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Abstract

The present invention relates to methods for detecting an analyte using enhanced electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) techniques to obtain data on a nucleic acid analyte. The method is advantageous since it can be carried out without the need for amplification of the nucleic acid analyte. This leads to simplification of the procedure and may result in enhanced speed over known assay methods, and therefore may improve time to result (TTR) and facilitate development of such assays in the near patient environment. The present methods are especially advantageous in analyses of wounds and in particular pathogens that are infecting wounds.
LanguageEnglish
Patent numberWO/2013/076143
Priority date22/11/11
Publication statusPublished - 21 Dec 2012

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Nucleic acids
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Keywords

  • analyte
  • enhanced electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS)

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Corrigan, D., Bachmann, T., & Schulze, H. (2012). Detecting analytes. (Patent No. WO/2013/076143 ).
Corrigan, Damion (Inventor) ; Bachmann, Till (Inventor) ; Schulze, Holger (Inventor). / Detecting analytes. Patent No.: WO/2013/076143 .
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Patent No.: WO/2013/076143 .

Research output: Patent

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