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Reference type: Book Chapter
Authors: Cherré S, Rozlosnik N
Publication date: 2015
Chapter title: Polymer Based Biosensors for Medical Applications.
Page numbers: 513-537.
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-12478-0_17

Book title: Advanced Polymers in Medicine
Editors: Puoci F
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
City: Heidelberg, New York, Dordrecht, London
ISBN: 978-3-319-12477-3

Abstract: The objective of this chapter is to give an overview about the newest developments in biosensors made of polymers for medical applications. Biosensors are devices that can recognize and detect a target with high selectivity. They are widely used in many fields such as medical diagnostic, environmental monitoring and food safety. The detected element varies from a single molecule (such as glucose), a biopolymer (such as DNA or a protein) to a whole organism (such as bacteria). Due to their easy use and possible miniaturization, biosensors have a high potential to come out of the lab and be available for use by everybody. To fulfil these purposes, polymers represent very appropriate materials. Many nano- and microfabrication methods for polymers are available, allowing a fast and cheap production of devices. This chapter will present the general concept of a biosensor in a first part. The second part will focus on conducting polymers, used as electrode material in devices based on electrochemical detection. A third part will describe the molecularly imprinted technology, where the target is replicated in 3D negative form into the polymer
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