Stretchable, high-k dielectric elastomers through liquid metal inclusions

  • Bartlett M
  • Fassler A
  • Kazem N
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Abstract

In biomedicine and biodiagnostics there is a constantly growing interest in macromolecular recognition elements to be incorporated in (bio)sensors, different diagnostic platforms, drug development or drug delivery systems. Exploitation of biological origin receptors despite of their excellent selectivity/specificity does not always fulfill the expectations due to the fragile nature of these molecules. Therefore, implementing synthetic analogs with improved stability and means for cost-effective, rapid fabrication is expected to have great impact on technologies based on molecular recognition. Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) have been identified as one of the most promising synthetic alternatives of biological origin receptors. [1] MIPs are synthetic sorbents with selective binding sites generated by the presence

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Authors

  • Michael D; Bartlett

  • Andrew; Fassler

  • Navid; Kazem

  • Eric J; Markvicka

  • Pratiti; Mandal

  • Carmel; Majidi

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