Hydrogel-Based Glucose Sensors : E ff ects of Phenylboronic Acid Chemical Structure on Response

@inproceedings{Zhang2013HydrogelBasedGS,
  title={Hydrogel-Based Glucose Sensors : E ff ects of Phenylboronic Acid Chemical Structure on Response},
  author={Chunjie Zhang and Mark D Losego and Paul V Braun},
  year={2013}
}
Phenylboronic acids (PBAs) are being considered for glucose sensing and controlled insulin release, because of their affinity for diol-containing molecules. The interaction of immobilized PBAs in a hydrogel matrix with glucose can lead to volumetric changes that have been used to monitor glucose concentration and release insulin. Although the interaction of PBAs with diol-containing molecules has been intensively studied, the response of PBA-modified hydrogels as a function of the specific PBA… CONTINUE READING

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