Review accepted in RSC’s Analyst – Electrochemistry to detect pathogens

Our review on using electrochemistry to detect pathogens has been just accepted for publication by RSC’s Analyst. This is the result of a collaboration with Para Rodriguez’s group here in Birmingham. The review presents an essential description of the three major electrochemical sensing methods used in the detection of pathogens, and the advantages and disadvantages of each of them. It was written by Nacho and Javier Monzo, who works in Para Rodriguez’s lab. More details of the review can be found here.