NewsResearchers flip the switch to make microsensors super
sensitive to biomolecules

18th February 2021by admin0
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A team led by researchers at the New York University
Tandon School of Engineering have found a new way of enhancing the
performance of electrochemical micro-sensors. This discovery could
lead to the detection of biomolecules, such as dopamine, at lower
concentrations than is possible today. Their findings are described
in a paper published in the journal Biosensors and
Bioelectronics.

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