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In this case the sensing interface is comprised of the OEG component and the molecular wire with the ferrocene attached and an epitope for the target antibody. If the antibody is present in the sample it will selectively bind to the interface with a concomitant decrease in ferrocene current. In the second mode for detecting small molecules the antibody is actually bound to the epitope attached to the end of the molecular wire such that the attenuation of the electrochemistry has occurred. In the presence of the small molecular analyte in solution, a competition for the antibody is created and some of the surface-bound antibody will dissociate from the surface and an increase in current will be observed.

A. Somorjai and R. Langer, Science, 299, (2003), 371–374. ) carboxylic acid moieties at the distal end of the SAM to the electrode surface. The bending of the molecules towards the electrode resulted in the surface changing from presenting carboxylic acids to alkyl chains to the exterior, which caused a change in character of the electrode from hydrophilic to hydrophobic. This change in orientation altered the wettability of the surface almost instantaneously. A similar approach was explored by Willner and coworkers [145, 146] where the distal group on the SAM was a dipyridinium species.

Kaido, J. S. Choi, S. A. Somorjai and R. Langer, Science, 299, (2003), 371–374. ) carboxylic acid moieties at the distal end of the SAM to the electrode surface. The bending of the molecules towards the electrode resulted in the surface changing from presenting carboxylic acids to alkyl chains to the exterior, which caused a change in character of the electrode from hydrophilic to hydrophobic. This change in orientation altered the wettability of the surface almost instantaneously. A similar approach was explored by Willner and coworkers [145, 146] where the distal group on the SAM was a dipyridinium species.

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