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Development of an electrochemical biosensor for Nevirapine, based on a zinc oxide-nanoclay human serum albumin composite

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posted on 2022-12-01, 08:07 authored by Randall SmithRandall Smith

The main objectives of the study were and it is hence represented by the data and figures:

1. Synthesis of ZnONPs using three different precursors and the functionalization of two nanoclays with this ZnO

2. Characterization of the synthesized nanoparticles (ZnO and nanoclay ZnO composites) with spectrometry and electrochemistry

3. Fabrication of the sensor for Nevirapine through glassy carbon electrode modified with the nanoparticles and human serum albumin (HSA)

4. Optimization of measuring for NVP through an electrolyte, fabrication procedure, and electrochemical detection mode.

5. Method validation using optimum conditions to determine analytical parameters, electrode stability, and repeatability

6. Application to spiked biological sample and      pharmaceutical tablet.

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CPUT

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  • Yes

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matoetoem@cput.ac.za

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