Polymeric Materials for Printed-Based Electroanalytical (Bio)Applications
AbstractAdvances in design of selective interfaces and printed technology have mighty contributed to the expansion of the electroanalysis fame. The real advantage in electroanalytical field is the possibility to manufacture and customize plenty of different sensing platforms, thus avoiding expensive equipment, hiring skilled personnel, and expending economic effort. Growing developments in polymer science have led to further improvements in electroanalytical methods such as sensitivity, selectivity, reproducibility, and accuracy. This review provides an overview of the technical procedures that are used in order to establish polymer effectiveness in printed-based electroanalytical methods. Particular emphasis is placed on the development of electronalytical sensors and biosensors, which highlights the diverse role of the polymeric materials depending on their specific application. A wide overview is provided, taking into account the most significant findings that have been reported from 2010 to 2017. View Full-Text
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Cinti, S. Polymeric Materials for Printed-Based Electroanalytical (Bio)Applications. Chemosensors 2017, 5, 31.
Cinti S. Polymeric Materials for Printed-Based Electroanalytical (Bio)Applications. Chemosensors. 2017; 5(4):31.Chicago/Turabian Style
Cinti, Stefano. 2017. "Polymeric Materials for Printed-Based Electroanalytical (Bio)Applications." Chemosensors 5, no. 4: 31.
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