Conducting electroactive polymer-based biosensors

@inproceedings{Wallace1999ConductingEP,
  title={Conducting electroactive polymer-based biosensors},
  author={Gordon G. Wallace and Malcolm R. Smyth and Huijun Zhao},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract Conductive electroactive polymers are materials discovered just on two decades ago. Originally heralded for their high conductivity/weight ratio, it is the unique chemical properties they possess that now arouse much attention. The ability to synthesise these materials under mild conditions enables a range of biological moieties (enzymes, antibodies and even whole living cells) to be incorporated into the polymer structure. The unique electronic properties then allow direct and… CONTINUE READING

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