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Department of Chemistry, Rostock University, 18051 Rostock, Germany

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Department of Analytical Chemistry, Slovak University of Technology, 81237 Bratislava, Slovak Republic





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Abstract A simple electrochemical sensor consisting of electrically heated carbon paste electrode with the surface modified by dsDNA is used to characterize voltammetric behaviour and antioxidative activity of four selected flavonoids. Quercetin, rutin, catechin and epigallocatechin gallate accumulate within the DNA layer. A positive effect of the electrode temperature within the range of 20 to 38 ºC on the detection of a deep DNA degradation by a copperII-H2O2-ascorbic acid cleavage mixture as well as an antioxidative effect of flavonoids was evaluated. View Full-Text

Keywords: Flavonoids; Antioxidants; DNA biosensor; Carbon paste electrode; Heated electrode Flavonoids; Antioxidants; DNA biosensor; Carbon paste electrode; Heated electrode





Author: O. Korbut 1, M. Bučková 2,* , J. Labuda 2 and P. Gründler 1

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