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History of Biosensors Professor Leland Clark Jr. - father of the biosensor - Oxygen electrode 1956 - First description of biosensor 1962 Potentiometric sensors 1969 Most sensors now measure hydrogen peroxide First commercial sensor 1975 - Glucose
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History con't Bacteria based sensors suggested in 1975
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Unformatted text preview: ● Fiber optic biosensor 1980 ● Large scale commercial success 1980s ● Developments focused in more profitable sectors. ● Trends:-More: portable, robust, simple, affordable sources ● ● ry.htm...
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  • Spring '07
  • GIANNELIS
  • 1892, 1886, 1882, Professor Leland Clark Jr.

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