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Inventors: Vanaja S, Jayalakshmi M, Madhavendra SS, Rao MM, Kantam ML, Margaret I, Khanna VK, Ahmad S, Jain YK, Sekhar C
Patent Title: Potentiometric cholesterol sensor for the quantitative estimation of total cholesterol in human blood serum
Publication date: 2013
Publication number: US8357275

Abstract: The present invention provides a novel sensor for the estimation of total cholesterol in human blood serum using molecular imprint of cholesterol. Human blood serum contains 150-250 mg/dl cholesterol. The present invention provides a sensor device and a process for the fabrication of ISFET (Ion Selective Field Effect Transister) coated with molecular imprint of cholesterol on the SiO2+ Si3N4 dielectric gate of the said electrode. The molecular imprint of cholesterol (MIPC) anchored in to a silica matrix sensing material is identified as a sensing material which has specific selectivity towards the cholesterol in presence of other organic constituents in human blood serum.
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