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Coke and chips—a winning combination?

Nature Methods volume 3, page 244 (2006) | Download Citation

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An aptamer-based electronic sensor for the detection of cocaine demonstrates the capabilities of a sensitive and generalizable new platform for small-molecule recognition.

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