A current-mode potentiostat for multi-target detection tested with different lactate biosensors

@article{Ghoreishizadeh2012ACP,
  title={A current-mode potentiostat for multi-target detection tested with different lactate biosensors},
  author={Sara S. Ghoreishizadeh and Irene Taurino and Sandro Carrara and Giovanni De Micheli},
  journal={2012 IEEE Biomedical Circuits and Systems Conference (BioCAS)},
  year={2012},
  pages={128-131}
}
Real-time and multi-target detection by wireless implantable devices is of increasing interest for chronic patients. In this work, electrode sharing is proposed to minimize the size of the implantable device when several three-electrode-based sensing sites are needed. An integrated potentiostat and readout circuit for a multi-target biosensor is presented. To realize this, the circuit reads out the sensor current through each working electrode in a current-mode scheme. The maximum detectable… CONTINUE READING

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