Starting from the last decade, conductive polymers have been employed to realize a wide variety of devices applied in biological research, thanks to their favourable electrical, mechanical and biocompatibility properties in respect to traditional inorganic semiconductors. In this abstract, a few examples that illustrate the coupling between organic electronics and biology are considered, with a particular regard to poly(3,4-ethylenedioxytiophene) (PEDOT) based devices.

Biological applications of conductive polymers

ZIRONI, ISABELLA;MARZOCCHI, MARCO;CALIENNI, MARIA;FRABONI, BEATRICE;CASTELLANI, GASTONE
2011

Abstract

Starting from the last decade, conductive polymers have been employed to realize a wide variety of devices applied in biological research, thanks to their favourable electrical, mechanical and biocompatibility properties in respect to traditional inorganic semiconductors. In this abstract, a few examples that illustrate the coupling between organic electronics and biology are considered, with a particular regard to poly(3,4-ethylenedioxytiophene) (PEDOT) based devices.
2011
Systems Biology for Health
95
98
Zironi, Isabella; Marzocchi, Marco; Calienni, Maria; Fraboni, Beatrice; Castellani, Gastone
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