A3.2 - Enzyme free sensor based on affinity viscosimetry for detection of glucose
- AMA Conferences 2017
2017-05-30 - 2017-06-01
- Proceedings Sensor 2017
- A3 - Biosensors II
- T. Liebscher, F. Glös, A. Böhme, A. Foitzik - Technical University Wildau (Germany), M. Birkholz - IHP GmbH, Frankfurt/Oder (Germany), M. di Vona, F. De Matteis - Universita degli Studi di Roma (Italy)
- 69 - 73
The growing demand of miniaturization of cell cultivation new approaches towards measuring and sensing bio-analytes need to be addressed to overcome the challenge of small volumes (less than 150μl) containing small amounts of analytes. Most of the available glucose sensors monitor the glucose concentration with the help of enzymes, which become very unstable in terms of long time measurement and consume glucose during the measurement becoming not available anymore for the cells. Therefore, the focus was set on applying an enzyme-free glucose sensor based on a microelectromechanical system (MEMS).