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Several amplification processes can be used to dramatically enhance the sensitivity of particle-based bioelectronic assays. Treatment of the gold-linked DNA-hybrid assembly with silver ions in the presence of hydroquinone results in catalytic deposition of silver on the gold tracer (acting as a catalyst), leading to a dramatic signal amplification . Wang et al.  described a triple amplification bioassay, coupling the carriersphere amplifying units (loaded with numerous gold nanoparticle tags) with the “built-in” pre-concentration of the electrochemical stripping detection and a catalytic enlargement of the multiple gold-particle tags.
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