Inventors: Russell DD
Use of templated polymers for analyte-activated microelectronic switching devices
Publication date: 1993
Switching devices (10) comprise a micro-electrode (12 or 16a') coated with a templated polymer (14). For example, the template molecule is glucose and the bulk polymer is a thiophene/boronic acid-substituted thiophene copolymer. The switch is activated or inactivated by the concentration of glucose in a solution (38) contacting the coated micro-electrode. Advantageously, the dimensions of the switch may be very small, 10.sup.-6 or less.
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