Inventors: Bhansali S
, Manickam P
Sensors for the detection of analytes
Publication date: 2017
The subject invention provides materials and methods of fabricating and using an electrochemical biosensor for continuous detection of biological analytes. In a specific embodiment, the biosensor detects a given analyte when the analyte binds with a molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP) matrix immobilized atop a sensing substrate eliminating the need for a redox probing agent commonly found in electrochemical biosensors. Furthermore, the detection sensitivity of the biosensor is enhanced by modifying the electrode surface with a plurality of nanoscopic metallic structures. Advantageously, technologies provided herein can be used in a variety of low-power electronics for wearable applications.
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