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Authors: Ramanavicius A, Oztekin Y, Balevicius Z, Kausaite-Mikstimiene A, Krikstolaityte V, Baleviciute I, Ratautaite V, Ramanaviciene A
Article Title: Conducting and Electrochemically Generated Polymers in Sensor Design (Mini Review).
Publication date: 2012
Journal: Procedia Engineering
Volume: 47
Page numbers: 825-828.
DOI: 10.1016/j.proeng.2012.09.274
Alternative URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877705812043378

Abstract: Various nanotechnological methods and high number of nanostructured materials including polymer nanocomposites (PNCs) become extremely important in sensor and biosensor technology. Conducting polymers as artificial versatile materials seem very suitable for the development of various analyte-recognizing parts of sensors and biosensors. This contribution is reviewing major fabrication methods of conducting polymer-based nanocomposites for biosensorics. Experience of authors in application of various electrochemically generated polymers in design of biosensors is presented. The influence of fabrication method on sensor characteristics is overviewed. Major types of biosensors based on conducting polymers including catalytic biosensors, DNA-sensors, immunosensors and molecularly imprinted polymer-based affinity sensors is discussed. Conducting and electrochemically generated polymers that are mostly used in sensor design are presented
Template and target information: Review - conducting polymers in sensors
Author keywords: conducting polymers, conjugated polymers, Biosensors, polypyrrole, nanotechnology


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