Carbon fibre composites: integrated electrochemical sensors for wound management.

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The applicability of employing a carbon fibre mesh as an electrochemical sensing substructure for assessing urate transformations within wound exudates is evaluated. Prototype sensor assemblies have been designed and their response characteristics towards uric acid and other common physiological components are detailed. Modification of the carbon fibre… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/jb/mvn045

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@article{Sharp2008CarbonFC, title={Carbon fibre composites: integrated electrochemical sensors for wound management.}, author={Duncan M.C. Sharp and Stephen Forsythe and James Davis}, journal={Journal of biochemistry}, year={2008}, volume={144 1}, pages={87-93} }