Sensor for single particle detection

Dilu George Mathew (Inventor), Pepijn Beekman (Inventor), Wilfred Gerard van der Wiel (Inventor), S.J.G. Lemay (Inventor)

Research output: Patent


The invention provides a sensor (100) for sensing a predetermined particle (10) in a fluid (11), wherein the sensor (100) comprises (i) an electrode (110) and (ii) an recognition element (112), wherein the electrode (110) comprises an electrode face (111) configured accessible to the fluid (11), to the predetermined particle (10) in the fluid (11), and to a redox mediator (12) in the fluid (11); and wherein the recognition element (112) is configured to at least temporarily selectively bind with the predetermined particle (10), thereby limiting access of the redox mediator (12) to the electrode face (111) during the binding of the predetermined particle with the recognition element (112).
Original languageEnglish
Patent numberWO/2020/178408
IPCG01N 33/543 (2006.01)i
Priority date5/03/19
Filing date5/03/20
Publication statusPublished - 10 Sept 2020


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