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Implantable Biosensor Fuelled by Blood Glucose

News   Sep 28, 2018 | Original story from Washington State University

 
Implantable Sugar-powered Sensor Designed for Long-term Physiological Monitoring

Su Ha and Subhanshu Gupta, holding a biofuel cell. Credit: Washington State University

 
 
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