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Innovative Engineering Protects Implantable Sensors from Biofluids

News   Jul 25, 2018 | Original story from École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne

 
Improving Biosensors for Implantable Sensing

Alice Gillen and Nils Schürgers, two of the paper's authors, making sensor gels out of the new DNA-nanotube complexes. Credit: Alessandra Antonucci

 
 
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