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Towards new efficient nanostructured hybrid materials for ECL applications

Abstract : This doctoral dissertation aim to develop new hybrid materials for ECL applications. In the field of metal complexes, the electrochemiluminescent properties of new Pt(II) and Ir(III) complexes were investigated as alternative of existing complexes. Passing to nanomaterials, the combination of labels and NCNDs bearing primary or tertiary groups on the surface as alternative co-reactant species resulted an interesting strategy to eliminate the toxic TPrA. In particular, NCNDs in covalently linked system with metal complexes is not only an innocent carrier for ECL active species, but act also as co-reactant in the ECL process, revealing itself an ECL self-enhancing platform. Finally, a real immunoassay for cardiac marker detection has been built with enhanced sensitivity and stability, which is of fundamental importance for biological and bio-medical detection applications. The same technology can be applied to a variety of other analytes opening the venue to other assays.
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Serena Carrara. Towards new efficient nanostructured hybrid materials for ECL applications. Other. Université de Strasbourg, 2017. English. ⟨NNT : 2017STRAF016⟩. ⟨tel-01663033⟩

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