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Organic electrochemical transistors with maximum transconductance at zero gate bias.
By varying device geometry we have engineered organic electrochemical transistors that exhibit their maximum transconductance at zero gate bias. This enables the design of a simplified amplifyingExpand
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Organic Transistor Arrays Integrated with Finger-Powered Microfluidics for Multianalyte Saliva Testing.
A compact multianalyte biosensing platform is reported, composed of an organic electrochemical transistor (OECT) microarray integrated with a pumpless "finger-powered" microfluidic, for quantitativeExpand
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Flexible Inkjet-Printed Multielectrode Arrays for Neuromuscular Cartography.
UNLABELLED Flexible Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)-poly(styrenesulfonate) ( PEDOT PSS) conductive-polymer multielectrode arrays (MEAs) are fabricated without etching or aggressive lift-offExpand
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IGR J16597-3704: a new X-ray transient discovered by INTEGRAL
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Swift/XRT observation of IGR J16597-3704
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Organic transistor platform with integrated microfluidics for in-line multi-parametric in vitro cell monitoring
Future drug discovery and toxicology testing could benefit significantly from more predictive and multi-parametric readouts from in vitro models. Despite the recent advances in the field ofExpand
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Preparing for a motor perturbation: Early implication of primary motor and somatosensory cortices
Although preparation of voluntary movement has been extensively studied, very few human neuroimaging studies have examined preparation of an intentional reaction to a motor perturbation. This latterExpand
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Proprioceptive feedback in humans expresses motor invariants during writing
Proprioceptive feedback from populations of muscle spindle afferents feeds the brain with information relating to the instantaneous velocity and direction of ongoing movements. In this paper, weExpand
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