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Amperometric enzyme-based biosensors : refined bioanalytical tools for in vivo biomonitoring

@inproceedings{Devries2018AmperometricEB,
  title={Amperometric enzyme-based biosensors : refined bioanalytical tools for in vivo biomonitoring},
  author={M. Devries and P E Oomen and Cremers Tifh and B. H. C. Westerink},
  year={2018}
}
Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic disease characterized by poor glucose regulation. On a long term, diabetes can lead to severe complications such as nephropathies, neuropathies, blindness and cardiovascular disorders. It is currently a leading cause of death, worldwide. With the number of diabetes patients rapidly increasing, the need for a solutions to improve glucose control became crucial. Despite endless evidence that continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) leads to better diabetes management… 

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