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Studies the newest advances in redox/conductive polymers and membranes. Describes new redox polymers worthwhile in miniaturizing biosensors and examines polymers for optical biosensors. Investigates attention-grabbing membranes to reinforce the functionality of biosensors. good points biocompatible polymers priceless in implantable sensors. comprises discussions on enzyme immobilization and techniques to extend enzyme balance. Describes the chemistry and expertise of dry chemistries.

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