Review on Application of Gold Nanoparticles and Paper-based Microfluidic Analytical Device in Detection of Human Chorionic Gonadotropin
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Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) has been amongst of essential part of medical diagnostics in gynaecology and oncology since its discovery. Application of gold nanoparticles in detecting HCG is due to gold nanoparticles possess extraordinary optical and physical properties, making them invaluable in various prominent aspects, including its synthesis, stabilization, and functionalization as a sensor. In addition, microfluidic analytical device, a platform for point-of-care testing and numerous applications in various field, can be applied for detection of HCG using diverse types of detection methods. From the literatures, combination of gold nanoparticles and microfluidic analytical device can be assembled to obtain a rapid, simple and user-friendly analytical site for detection of HCG.
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