Towards Recycled Paper Based Impedance Biosensor with Wireless Readout†
AbstractResults are presented regarding the development of recycled paper based impedance biosensors with screen printed interdigitated electrode structures (IDES). The sensors show a response to increasing salt concentrations in the range 30–100 mM NaCl. To prove the feasibility of using recycled paper, biofunctionalization with a glucose sensitive enzyme mixture was performed by inkjet printing. The quantification of the glucose sensitive colour change reaction in paper was investigated and a trend is found in the range of 6–90 mg/dL. Subsequently, measurements with a wireless electronic readout system were performed on an electrochemical assay showing a decrease of the normalized sensor response dependent from the glucose concentration in the range 0–80 mg/dL.
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Melnik, E.; Muschlin, I.; Wildauer, A.; Raskovic, M.; Schotter, J.; Heilmann, M.; Ide, D.; Borinski, M.; Lieberzeit, P.; Kataeva, N.; Mutinati, G.C.; Heer, R.; Hainberger, R. Towards Recycled Paper Based Impedance Biosensor with Wireless Readout. Proceedings 2017, 1, 619.
Melnik E, Muschlin I, Wildauer A, Raskovic M, Schotter J, Heilmann M, Ide D, Borinski M, Lieberzeit P, Kataeva N, Mutinati GC, Heer R, Hainberger R. Towards Recycled Paper Based Impedance Biosensor with Wireless Readout. Proceedings. 2017; 1(4):619.Chicago/Turabian Style
Melnik, Eva; Muschlin, Iris; Wildauer, Agnes; Raskovic, Mirco; Schotter, Joerg; Heilmann, Michael; Ide, Dirk; Borinski, Michael; Lieberzeit, Peter; Kataeva, Nadezhda; Mutinati, Giorgio C.; Heer, Rudolf; Hainberger, Rainer. 2017. "Towards Recycled Paper Based Impedance Biosensor with Wireless Readout." Proceedings 1, no. 4: 619.
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