Antje J Baeumner



  1. Kirschbaum Harriman S, Mayer M, Duerkop A, Hirsch T, Baeumner A. Signal enhancement and low oxidation potentials for miniaturized ECL biosensors via N-butyldiethanolamine. Analyst. 2017;142:2469-2474 pubmed publisher
    ..Overall, the standard TPA ECL at 1.2 V in phosphate buffer at pH 7.0 can successfully be replaced by NBEA ECL at 900 mV in Tris at pH 8.5 providing significantly higher signals accompanied by more gentle electrochemical conditions. ..
  2. Bunyakul N, Baeumner A. Combining electrochemical sensors with miniaturized sample preparation for rapid detection in clinical samples. Sensors (Basel). 2014;15:547-64 pubmed publisher
    ..Sample clean up requirements, miniaturized sample preparation strategies, and their potential integration with sensors will be discussed, focusing on clinical sample analyses. ..
  3. Fenzl C, Genslein C, Domonkos C, Edwards K, Hirsch T, Baeumner A. Investigating non-specific binding to chemically engineered sensor surfaces using liposomes as models. Analyst. 2016;141:5265-73 pubmed publisher
  4. Matlock Colangelo L, Colangelo N, Fenzl C, Frey M, Baeumner A. Passive Mixing Capabilities of Micro- and Nanofibres When Used in Microfluidic Systems. Sensors (Basel). 2016;16: pubmed publisher
  5. Edwards K, Korff R, Baeumner A. Liposome-Enhanced Lateral-Flow Assays for Clinical Analyses. Methods Mol Biol. 2017;1571:407-434 pubmed publisher
  6. Chandra S, Mayer M, Baeumner A. PAMAM dendrimers: A multifunctional nanomaterial for ECL biosensors. Talanta. 2017;168:126-129 pubmed publisher
    ..These preliminary studies demonstrate that PAMAM dendrimers can function as responsive signal generators in solution-based ECL-bioassays with an assumed even higher impact when being immobilized directly on the electrode-surface. ..
  7. Kirschbaum Harriman S, Duerkop A, Baeumner A. Improving ruthenium-based ECL through nonionic surfactants and tertiary amines. Analyst. 2017;142:2648-2653 pubmed publisher