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Table 1 Nanomaterial-modified electrochemical sensors for detection of DA in living cells

From: Recent advances in nanomaterial-modified electrical platforms for the detection of dopamine in living cells

Materials Methods Cell line Linear range [µM] LOD [nM] Ref.
Reduced graphene oxide, platinum nanoparticles CV, DPV PC 12 0.087–100 5 [51]
Nitrogen-doped mesoporous carbon nanosheets CV, AM PC 12 0.001–500 10 [52]
Reduced graphene oxide, Zn-NiAl layered double hydroxide CV, DPV SH-SY5Y 0.1 [53]
Carbon nanotube, Polypyrrole, sodium dodecyl sulphate CV, AM DPV PC 12 0.005–10 0.136 [54]
Carbon nanotube, AgAu nanoparticles CV, AM PC 12 0.003–2300 0.23 [55]
Carbon nanotube, Graphene quantum dots CV, AM PC 12 0.005–100 0.87 [56]
Carbon fibre, gold CV, AM PC 12 [57]
Nanocone-shaped 3D gold structures CV, AM PC 12 1–43 184 [58]
Micro pyramid-shaped 3D gold structures CV, AM SH-SY5Y 0.01–500 0.5 ± 0.08 [59]
FePt-Fe3O4 Nanoparticles CV, AM, DPV PC 12 0.005–0.11 1 [60]
Mesoporous Fe3O4 CV, AM, DPV PC 12 0.002–0.6 0.8 [61]
Mesoporous ZnFe2O4 CV, AM, DPV PC 12 0.002–0.6 0.4 [62]
MXene-micropatterned field-effect transistors Conductivity variation, AM Hippocampal neurons 50–2000 100 [63]
Nafion™ film-coated carbon nanotube-based field-effect transistors Conductivity variation, AM PC 12 0.01–100 10 [64]
Polypyrrole nanotube/Aptamer-based liquid-ion gated field-effect transistors AM PC 12 0.0001–s10 0.1 [65]