Conducting Polymer 3D Microelectrodes
AbstractConducting polymer 3D microelectrodes have been fabricated for possible future neurological applications. A combination of micro-fabrication techniques and chemical polymerization methods has been used to create pillar electrodes in polyaniline and polypyrrole. The thin polymer films obtained showed uniformity and good adhesion to both horizontal and vertical surfaces. Electrodes in combination with metal/conducting polymer materials have been characterized by cyclic voltammetry and the presence of the conducting polymer film has shown to increase the electrochemical activity when compared with electrodes coated with only metal. An electrochemical characterization of gold/polypyrrole electrodes showed exceptional electrochemical behavior and activity. PC12 cells were finally cultured on the investigated materials as a preliminary biocompatibility assessment. These results show that the described electrodes are possibly suitable for future in-vitro neurological measurements. View Full-Text
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Sasso, L.; †, P.V.; Vedarethinam, I.; Castillo-León, J.; Emnéus, J.; Svendsen, W.E. Conducting Polymer 3D Microelectrodes. Sensors 2010, 10, 10986-11000.
Sasso L, † PV, Vedarethinam I, Castillo-León J, Emnéus J, Svendsen WE. Conducting Polymer 3D Microelectrodes. Sensors. 2010; 10(12):10986-11000.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sasso, Luigi; †, Patricia Vazquez; Vedarethinam, Indumathi; Castillo-León, Jaime; Emnéus, Jenny; Svendsen, Winnie E. 2010. "Conducting Polymer 3D Microelectrodes." Sensors 10, no. 12: 10986-11000.