Hybrid Nanowire Ion-to-Electron Transducers for Integrated Bioelectronic Circuitry.

@article{Carrad2017HybridNI,
  title={Hybrid Nanowire Ion-to-Electron Transducers for Integrated Bioelectronic Circuitry.},
  author={Damon James Carrad and A Bernardus Mostert and A. R. Ullah and Adam M. Burke and Hannah J. Joyce and Hark Hoe Tan and Chennupati Jagadish and Peter Krogstrup and Jesper Nyg{\aa}rd and Paul Meredith and Adam P. Micolich},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={17 2},
  pages={
          827-833
        }
}
A key task in the emerging field of bioelectronics is the transduction between ionic/protonic and electronic signals at high fidelity. This is a considerable challenge since the two carrier types exhibit intrinsically different physics and are best supported by very different materials types-electronic signals in inorganic semiconductors and ionic/protonic signals in organic or bio-organic polymers, gels, or electrolytes. Here we demonstrate a new class of organic-inorganic transducing… 

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