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|Title:||A microfluidic e-tongue system using layer-by-layer films deposited onto interdigitated electrodes inside a polydimethylsiloxane microchannel|
|Author:||Braunger, Maria L.|
Daikuzono, Cristiane M.
Riul Jr, Antonio
|Abstract:||An electronic tongue (e-tongue) is a multisensory system employed in the analysis of liquid samples, transforming the raw data into specific recognition patterns through computational and statistical analysis. Distinct types of e-tongues have been reported in the literature, with a plethora of applications in several areas of research. Recently, e-tongues have been integrated into microfluidic devices, which offer advantages such as the use of continuous flow for faster and more accurate analysis, and reduction in size of the devices and volumes for sampling and discharge, which in turn reduces waste and cost. Here we describe the procedures and methodologies recently used in our research group in the development of a microfluidic e-tongue sensing system|
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