A MEMS affinity glucose sensor using a biocompatible glucose-responsive polymer.

@article{Huang2009AMA,
  title={A MEMS affinity glucose sensor using a biocompatible glucose-responsive polymer.},
  author={Xian Huang and Siqi Li and Jerome Schultz and Qian Wang and Qiao Ming Lin},
  journal={Sensors and actuators. B, Chemical},
  year={2009},
  volume={140 2},
  pages={
          603-609
        }
}
We present a MEMS affinity sensor that can potentially allow long-term continuous monitoring of glucose in subcutaneous tissue for diabetes management. The sensing principle is based on detection of viscosity changes due to affinity binding between glucose and poly(acrylamide-ran-3-acrylamidophenylboronic acid) (PAA-ran-PAAPBA), a biocompatible, glucose-specific polymer. The device uses a magnetically driven vibrating microcantilever as a sensing element, which is fabricated from Parylene and… CONTINUE READING

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