Flexible screen printed biosensor with high-Q microwave resonator for rapid and sensitive detection of glucose

  title={Flexible screen printed biosensor with high-Q microwave resonator for rapid and sensitive detection of glucose},
  author={Kishor Kumar Adhikari and Zorigt Chuluunbaatar and Hyejin Park and Younsu Jung and Gyoujin Cho and Yong Hwa Jo and Sung Soo Kim and Nam Young Kim},
  journal={2014 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Workshop Series on RF and Wireless Technologies for Biomedical and Healthcare Applications (IMWS-Bio2014)},
This paper presents a rapid and sensitive mediator-free glucose biosensor based on microwave resonator implemented using circularly folded T-shaped uniform impedance resonators, screen printed on flexible polyethylene substrate. As a result of high-Q factor of 160, the proposed glucose biosensor features high sensitivity and ultralow detection limit of 71 MHz/mgmL-1 and 0.0167 μM, respectively, at a central frequency of 11.8 GHz, within linear detection range of 1 to 5 mg/mL. Additionally, the… CONTINUE READING


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