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Soft and fibrous multiplexed biosensors

Functionalized flexible helical bundles of carbon nanotubes serve as electrochemical sensors for long-term in vivo monitoring of disease biomarkers.

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Fig. 1: Multiplexed fibrous biosensors.


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Feiner, R., Dvir, T. Soft and fibrous multiplexed biosensors. Nat Biomed Eng 4, 135–136 (2020).

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